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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER AVKIIAfiK SW'tltN MKT PAID MARCH ZOOU5 Final Kditinn VOL. XIV, NO. 188 TTLSA, OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1920 20 PAGES. PRICE 5 CENTS. CASH BONUS FOR SOLDIERS PROBABLE RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE SENATE TO ACT SOON ON PEACE House Resolution to Bo Adopted Loaders Announce. DEMOCRATS OPPOSE IT Lodge Thinks Minority Will r.. tl.lt.. V- A JVfcltt fl tlarinK Wu Over. PLAN CONVENTION RECESS Wor by i Cannot Be Completed ,i unn I Is opinion Ex pressed by Lodge. WASHINGTON, April a -Prompt ajdnpiton by the NMtl of thS hOUM with i.rrmany at an end, In IIMettd fry republican leaders. They hat, aj conference today to daSCUss fuitirr ( ltaUtion at this sreKinn and Hrn-, nr bOdS 01 HMMonaMtUi Kanl j IaIt ih.ii hr rtlil mil rintlripate .my cpMil delay In Iho mmM, Mr IHpr. who rfttjrnM lodsy from a hrlpf "ftOJlUOtl aUI trt whole controvursy had bH "thrMhr-d out t rt fhomuirhly." nd that Itr br -I 7irod th houso resolution wouM b .j , .v.,l,i .., iv, ..i,o . : ' (iiwimwu .ihwij r ihllom pupiifirt arm smura oppnsri- i i Mi hv Ihr rlrniorralK. Thr Ir-iilrra dmirtr t tlir eOD- rrrpnr" i am i nnny rvDiiMiiniuon lUriilattOti wnjiri o thr- nfit niraw tir takrn tip by thn nonatr. Thoy t Tf rrf t" dl?rpi-iir of U by thi tlm' ttir hOUM ha SOtoS on tho pOM resolution. It will bo follownd by ih hou.To bill to Incrrano Oyenf uf f Uriffa Mr. lKrigo tra!f tSrljT artlon on h Aticlo Amricnn-Krfni-.h tfOOiy r.s not rxpftrri linii tnat tinni tnt tr-at'. cf rmtitfir..'' ins pTn iiiBpoflfij of Ha conalilrrfttlnn Wftfl lmno?mtbl A roCMI of ronfrrrsp o-rr tho-ron- rpntion period, Mr. Iidffo mild, was probsblo. fnncrppn handlv run rnmp1o tta wnrV by .Tuno ( hr nd'l-od. an-d WOtlld ia' rnnnidfrablo work to do hftrr thr 60QVQttOHI KILLS EDITOR IN DUEL lornirr lrr.jdrint Of t'ruinisy VlO torioos (-rnt AMMMtlOad irtlote in Paper Is Canst S Tb aasssiatei PrtM II0NTKV1UB1O, Uruguay April I. Washington Hrliran, rdltor f th1 Dowapaper Bl Palaj waa hot aajd Idllad in a duel tndav by .1o SgUli y Ortkmoa, former iprrrnd'int of r laraay. The duel took place this mnrulnu ! with the u-sial fonnalltirs and v.un "rda nnd eunteona In atl. nd.inr.'. ' The wrapone used were piatola. J l;eltran uae Fhnt In the broajtl and med Foon nft.rward. The tnornlncr newsnanera today printed nnnounvement of the Im- l"-mn;ip auei. lory eiii.i xiini loini.-i rTeaueni Matlle had OOm hla SSO ond, tO Bsltran Ohallrnninif tho Journalist baoaune of atsaamonts pubHshed In Kl 1'ata, which Itatlio j onfMrrid offensive Hrltran wa a i wttonaiiai mmbr t th. ehambw Of rt.-putlr-s and a lender or t'at pariv. whi.-h la uppoeed lo Ihe j Ratllfjbtana ' I . , . m satllt twlrr had brrn preeideiM or , . . ... ' . . . i r'ir'iny l , n aj.t term wa from ins i i9io. Te.trrday )oa iiatlir y ternary tin th Of honor. 0 pa not thr fired tima i Nrdones unt an ad ' field under thr rudo i January 13, laM, natMe wan twlrr In a rttirl with oundod in 'hr arm wnrrin fnihrln with Dal(ir Lfonr 1 A gulrrr. Me was rendered incapable of oontlnulng fifht a few aroonds after it artrd, n t the durl waa faiBDrndrd. It Wi'.s BaiJ ot thr f t tn i that MntllA riad aent h".a atH'undi to AKuirrr be- I 'auae i.f an article printed lu " aei of whirh AgUtrei was. co P'opnaior, Oharglng tlat the former Tkroaidf'ht. Waa t-t-rkifiK to accruiro Predominaaoa in the rhamber of leplit''3 'o further hla porojongj nda In 1 00 whi'o prealdrnt of 1'ru- cv Bat Us aareed to firht a duel W1U Tr tAahl Alberto de Herera, a niamt.rr of the chamber of deputies njid former aeeretary of thr legation j a kohlngton, after Hat lle'g term nf president had wdrd Nothing, ao far aa g known, ever caxne of tho trr' 1 1 1 r n r Blk Cit i, Fire Loss Placed at $200,000 n ' AiJ,fttatd Treaa Plate Wire h CITY. u:a,. Anni i saM todai dtairovrii ihe Dixie (' I I l i , M , rt.. iwnatnrv '"b"K yrererv ut.xm H',. - - ' imaiao at 1100,000 The firr . 1 t' i is I d Ale Sti re and apread ' r: OKaarfon of H h.ird i m u m nremen prevent t lie 1 ames from eulidlnaa spreading to other a-JfjeW sat Bwtfti rvexfttup ium m .v. rtt.ej urceklaat. Advi, ELECTION World's News Told in Condensed Form for Hurried Readers 1KKPKHHON ("ITT. April ft. The Mia- OUfi MMM MTVlOt rnti'PilBUlnn today nr : rdi red ihr r i tin it.. n of pSSS etreet rar rarea In L inula from ft to T cenla for adult ..mi from 4 to .; cent for children. ST. LOVIB, April J SgakStSr, Tun ani'c k t M l ion of I h i it v i irmn heat arii.ilinr, "f Ptnhll Hmoillilft of H allOt hffill pell( William J It I e, bun Mi" inonrv .imI ruptured HONOLULU April S -Premier Hutu of Japan baa nfili'laH Hnnnunrfil lliat .la pa MSS fore eg tn BImtw will not br with drnwn unitl the i nation ideare." annrd Ing to a ToklO BaStl l"d. in tha Nlppl It J I. a JNpanMA ernuruiar ncwtt,a pgr bare. - BBLTON, TMMi April t Two white Iftll, John Ibair m rot .1 Mi Phillip, lm ; burned o;iih in ihe rim thur destroyed the t'ronhy hoi pi and thr It iggina gat gyg hr early tod a . The iinUI Inpa wu Kn.ono LlTCHriBLD Ky April 2, --Apparent ly feariBjr ret grrescs of rwiil atsei riding. Htgte AdjUlHlO ifn".il li'WrD It mh -! - i ' . the Utehfleld mou hlnr gun fiiihTl!' f "lTipny. u :!.' ff 1 1 I) t ft I Ion. to M) hUtC WA bill ll'd DUBLIN, April ;:. The freemen n Jour ' rtb-t tnday idvaun thr be- 0WVj5JJJ nf Irrlnml n,i lhl (, wlll b. nturr ril r.l y i-" - . . T I Kllt'Oi.t,. Ohio. Anril -.Malmlne 4l.liiitlf.rl,n with thr aic lnrrr hii tlinrlzi'tl h rf f llltHI WllMll'l ion! I'oln- tuiPKm, 401 cvlnmbli oounly sen) iriurr rr1ifi (n B'i to Mori. toii '11, or fi.iooi i rtpplrd nf rmtlolij, hi tl.r.-r liilnrn tn thr aouiitif, . o , i, iiA hi tt, ' ii i., rn .- nurr i run (lentlr. grmol o(..r;, ItlBAr, roi' ttl ,t toi dlvorci ti - i" Robert Bruca Omtl, Nrw York dvntut. Th Mmplalnt 0 ,n" si: ,ni","o tTno vl'Z'."'.' Brute (ieiilln. urn uir). KDWABDfn T,i. 1; 111 . April I -ohlrf nf pnltro Putrh k M- I 'Ainbr hint- .f Minlmnn vss nuns siitlty in clreuli mrt hsra to- rlny of tinFult with .tr I weapon fur ttintotinu JoMph Widl tn dtabandtos a union meotlns In n Ausuat 21 l.u l. Kin punlrluiH nt will t fUril ISiSfi LONDON. April f. .-11 Huriiftr QfSOfl woimI. 1, -i r . - fnr homo nttxr, bus bn appoint ml chiff iNrvitrj to ir l(inr) . ..rrltnsx to offii ial anpo'inrii,rnt hlr II it ti 1 h r hu'timi Inn i"i hrifrnoi.n HsoFnarssai who pasisnsd rsstsrdaya VtBlfNA. April :' -Th Ktmnlun novlrtg. through victor Kopp. as vial rvprssaotstlvs in Hrritn, fortnalli ofnead la Bsls Ksn itmi ft in'r intci naa asmmsntsts afe con - mwi inroiiKii .rriMny n iiiimii, I' ift . ir urridavttH rl.lllli I n III. t-'i I pi a JUMt ltrn. fin tlnlr arrivbl In SSSSlS I tlen j.t th two nr.rlnrlM in..i...r. they r prntni.-..1 Mh-itr. 1 , " ,n WO prooinOIS, i motion made iy nm tf ths members, in LaRSDO VSSaa April c -Is a.hattt' whirh it wan SJUggsatOd that Kninty lalti rastardai satwasn tour Ami iHols LOuai-L .h,uld hr reprlmandod for Inn uc- totiiH lniprrtiir Mini ftfvrn lli'rrt MesJ- , , , . . . cuu amuaalsrs, 40 mllas knuthuat 7if,lon ln di-ulK'iiK thr voir um br Larado, Inraa of 'h hmiuitbIih were hot fore the final oounti waj not aoeepl ami Killed utnl thi- Stlisfa essapsA pre- fI, and a SUbtl it til a polling for tha 1 M mm ii ii Nana nl lh. Ainrrtrana Va tn- 1 jurmi. I riT, I-t II 1., April I'rir- Itirrritf'"!! ra n I In; I rnni tn- In Ii hr n ton a or 1 . . 1 by lorn t n t h II r . I itoitlorw tniH). Other art v aaas w III ' " ' " when tlta npt it tors ratst ihslr prleaa nn a nt ih 11 pr-r cant V..K. I oci f aa aa great ad 'he minora it w an id. i rpat atora hae aa aoUAOOd Ihlr prrp would t" Incrraaed troni t 10 a ton. CBDAn RAPIDS, i h., a prtl 'l 0 SOrgO K Plhi a 1 1 'r old hlfh r hoot at urtrnt hm a. OOm M' it t I mi ii:lde 1 ,(. 1.. . by aboolltiif blntOSlf ihrnnpti Ihw larapla with m ravolver The following not wnw tosnd n tho hoy'a body: "I am killing raSOtf brratirtn I ntn inn Imsv to kfp in Itvtne; arol take th rranonitlhtM llH of life. I don't bidliTfi 111 li-liKlnO of any kind." IMl A NQ KI.KS. April 2 William O. McAdss, fefmer assfstary al ths treasury. i-nnflrnird today In tnti'grtna n crivrd hla rrwiKni4t1ni nn kith ral counafl the I 'iiltrd ArtlntK r.jrpnration, bt- for tr known ea thr "MO four. The rut - rinrii'inn in cuit'i'iineii i""iim ram banka, Mry Ptrkfnrd. fbarli-e Oiaplln and lluvtrj flrlffifh No rnaann for the rosfgaattos wae ain: nkw york. March :.- . parooa rer- ryin wiiuky In hi blp pookal ia in the f .V".?, tMJSM! u HSitaf ji,aiir. ;nm In the Brooklyn federal rr-u.t io4y Hr iiid n,i it u mniiruhii. tnT mn 'lflrr wPlimjt wurrinl tn we as rvldrn'-r In K fritrril rail- tlipmr f'.iinif , ,(,, pf),:,el el n who linn l.rrn armum lil. ill, in. flprn rrinc aoarnitn At- vlomm ln .(,,, da Hart man t lorlnv brrht of F'maaia, roualn of former Km i ,Ci " l" 1 1 ,Ml1' nrpanintt.r iruny paror Winjarn, and who wan rrr-pntly ar- 'from Tampfcon J.ifn i . '. homo hwtee and Isoarooratod Is iha MoaMuWea In Itrm-tklyn, N. Y. prtprtn rnnrirr-n Wlin ntrmi nmi'nini 1 1 H r it r.n membflra f thn r tnrh root ! tntaeinn tn tlm dinlnu room of tbfl llnti . adloa, whm rrtaarrt from p'taon l.t y. T, nrli.ea h.ii ksn fm Iml lrn In 1 I,- In paibt. NKW VOUK. April Wiltmi Allan today Seclered if tba txi praaldsat came from ih' middle east m deportaUoa of Oov Alfred K. graHb rf Nw Vork, Oov dvard I KtlwuntH of New ,Tireay and Wllllani Itarnaa. Nw Trrk pot Ittrul laad xiKlit Whit aitld ti Httl- mde of these men to i.rrt ssutra ISIISS of oiirt be lual foniee I'V !tJl l"lmnl r..t PIt'TTK. Wont. April 2 Proprltrrn rf rrttAuranta and hotl atstSS roonui. elOSod aini' ester day seeaaei af a etrika for higher Wagei of (ba rooka and wattrra, deetdad today to opan lomorrow a cafe tarla rapabln of raring fur 1 000 pernona three times dslty tan ploy era will form (he rafeir'rle aiaff and all other eating pi area will reniatn rloaed. w asm wnrnv .pri' ? ra tin tin Ruts, arretted In ronnertion with lha mur der of Ltsstsasati Qeeaelly aed Watar- honge, AiTiartean avlatora, whine bodleg wera fsajpd en ih SSSOS et 'a AsgalaS bay In 1iWfr Cultfnrnla. haa nnfaeaed In killing the ffleOri airnrrllng ia a re-pd-.rl from ialeien Inday to Ihe atnln de riartment. Hula. , la new a prtaonar at Muli-gi'. will be tried at Tla Juana. THE WEATHER A, , a ,lom Twredie mid hr was ili wit.h TVTJIA, riiale.. April ? - Mailmum. t;fv.hllu ui . , . iWi ... r . minimum. 3:, aouth wlnOa. rlaar OK LA If O M A Haturdar uneeifled WSSth Ef. -"-Virr.., -,",,;:",fW ' Li-iriai an a : setiir'diir Uearssstna sToad Inna. followed by rain In aat f-or I iii at night, eomewhal Wurtner; SUSSST UOSSl tied weal her. probe M) ' cooler II gOrthWeSI herlion. ARKANSAS .y'irday Inereaatng einiit aea. rollOWSel sy fats In weat portion night . vartnoi is eat end gosutsrs par tion Sunday aheaera, rolder AST TBjfAi SaiurSay ahowere; Pun day pmhiiblv ioieattlod wrMther, Ider in the inirinr, w gJST TKaAS Sstyadsy saaatllod ard'hnr. colder In north SOrtlSB. BUAltas tobebtj law culnar. DIE Charges Against Dem ocratic Boss Upheld Two to One DISMISS OTHER CASES Remaining Officials in No. i and 23 Ailowed to Ke tain Positions. ATTORNEYS IN CLASH Bitter Keeling of Hubbard and Anti-Administra-tionisU Shown. londstanlng thr n tion of i at Klnnry, Jttdft Of tho ItoUpflj nffl- otsJs at ths rOUns prseifkoi No. i is thll rity on March 4, in Informing it. K. Cur ran, dsmooratlo candldats tor cnmrnlnMotior No. i of his stand in7 in that prootnol at noon, 'hr Tuissj oounty slootlon bonMI yostor day by u rots tf two m one dit mtasod thr of floor from pooltton Whloll hi hjUi hold for many .,(rh Ths notion was taken by tho board composed of .k w liowe, Broki n rroWi chatrmanj Uso C (julnn soerotarjr, and k. i-v Nslaun repub lloail mrrnbrr of thr board! at thr oonotuslon of thi i rsuresnts yrs- irrdny aftrr thr clotm .f f stlnmny wnleh bagan on iho fraudulent ronistration boartns Thursday mornlna It owe, gut mi aid NelOOn reUrod to the ehainbera in county court shortly after ocloos and ilil tttit r'?: urn ihrlr deotOlOO linlH n or lor k. aii oi hsr olool ion off! f !aia of p real nets Noo. -3 itnd I, agalnnt whom onarsea f IlleaaJ registration and voting wore brought, vvrrr- found noi tfuiltj of iir uj?u r afionH nvn.I IhOg wrll -'main on thr prrrtnrt boards After some da liberation with referenoe to thr t-t imnti v int rod nt m1 bv t h makers aiOOHaT fcT Of Klnnoy WUfl fllSdA ILlld pasoed. The derlalon rame after Iwo hours' ariiinrnt by OOUnaal reprr .ntlnir the men oppobad to th.' present city Admlnatratloii and !lint,o upholding Mayor Hubbard and III poltttfal frlenda. JaniM Sprin,;.' r. npreaentlnE the f'lrm.r. nade his argument alonv the It ri n of rVniOVal of the aocvaod men un der Hie teatlmony ofrered TtlUrSr orNTiN-iTKr om t-mif; RIGHT AMERICAN IS SLAIN Oil t mployr UUed In ataxfton An oUwr la Ilrltr-vil Fatally Btabhsd OiImth I Train lliddnp. WAMmHOTONt April I.. I f . A. Jafredson. an a merloan am pioyr of tno International Petroleum com pany' plant at Amatlan camp, near Tarn pIco, ai wai murdered and lexander 1 berK, nationality un dtrrmlned, alao employed by tha oompany, waa atabbed. probably fatally, by Mrxirana In the safne mnlov lefaMfi IS ajMMPdflna ir m1- Mai. Wi Burr, military kttaohe of Mir American smbejsnr in Mexico City and three other Americana, in cluding Mim. Murr, narrowly sooapod SerlOtM In.tury when bardliH at tanked a tram on tha ItSKtOO dtp Cuernaraoa line on vhu h they wore i rav4ling. Tlio attack noOOITOd March 2 8, near TruN If arias The ..f her m enters ,,f the p trt . srere f ir Floren! Hallo and Mr II urk. The di "patch to ths tae drjart- 1 reporting the atta"k gavs no detalla AMERICANS ARE FREED Rrd rOSS TVlHSSfQ Ilrltl by sja gfgavMg All .irn IIm n f t ept One Who la 111. WAllJNfiT)fN'. April 1.- Ra lease of all American Red ( 'rosa w irkrrs held prisoner In Siberia by ihr holhhevikl w.th Ihe exception of Alexander Tweed le of New Vork w as r ported today to national Headquarters Trie last reOOri , . The foHOWUlg wero freed MurOh 1 '"rt w 'wn. N f two. New ork . Josjoph it- Med III. Jar na n Colo.; Marry .1 I on rial ley, I 'b i mdr Iphi.u. William 1 1 Fordo, Kingston, Oaiei .md l Bonso Manila All nf the other oaptlVCS reported tha they suffered no harm while In lite handS Of the hnlShe- 'i The rahlefsrani also n ported i lit safety of all ntirsrs and do torg con- nei tea with trie MrillFh Krd 1 rosa who recent! arrived at Vladivos tok, front Torn, IE Yonder lip Sounds Business Warning liefore Departure I rank andorllp CHICAQOj Apni 2 -Amerloa has entered an crs of fair prosporltyi lYa nU a Vender Up, former prom - drni nf Ihr National 'lty bank of Nrw yorkdeolared today In an ad dreea. Mr. Vandarllp ia an route to Japan, where in connoottos with a cdmmlttee of financiers, he win m voatlgats conditions go earning trade relations between ihr United States and Japan, "Thera arc thtra things upan whii ih real prosperity mnsl hr baaed1 hr paid. 'Theaa Hm ample capital, rffn irni lalmr ami an appll ration ff Hntitid rr-nnnniir prinelplea. 1 1 I Wc are proeaeroua today tn ihr faoeltodas of nil lh ihrrr- f u nrl.i rnnlalH iiml our prosperity la falvr 11a well 11a I dangerous. In nines today arc larger than ever before; profit are larger and yet fresh capital for buslneos pntor- priM- 1 lees available than ever be fore. The chief reason for thin m thr govs mm en! tasaa "Hut eveej were tairN reduced, thr situation would not br minnd. I have talked with scores nf biK bualnees men ami the oonaanaus Ih (hat labor la 10 per rent sffloiont Tlirro la BO non employment today, "And yet, desplto thtl fair, our productivity is lower than it hao ever reen. Bui even with labor efficient and capital plentiful our prosperity Hlill uouhj tm on a fal.se bottom. The inflation of currency and of bank, Credit has mora than a nyt h i n elar bean rwspcnolbls, for the 111 par cent rise In prlOOS in tUe lual eix yrara. Waj?cfi havo not krpt pacu with prlOOS and falM in nation haa aiid'-ti to the fthanQi Unrestrained as trav.iganrr ia our nat iona 1 ItOjmoti ami thr capital of the BjniaJler oapl- tt.llstM when H la not drlrd up by tax, g bring aojiandrrrd In the pur- ch'u.r f unproductive thinga' KANSAS CITY CLUB ROBBED Hogroea Hold1 p Mom here at Crowd d Hour and Ud wny Mtli Loot. KANKAH ITV. Mo, April 1' Jewelry said lo to wort h 11 CO OS juiii SO0 In aah waa secured ly five mKrvca who early today rg di I tho city rruartera of tjio oak wood Country Olub and robbed club nirrn berH. The robbery look place whrn the oiuh waa crowded with members, The nVeTnogroes appeared at a door wuv and rushed In. brandishing ra- vorvrra. While three of tho bandits glroulatea among the crowd and tooh jewelry and Pionej frntn olub moat bora, the other two remained on guard in a front room, where thoy aJao rolibod mrrn laarH Thr two negroes In the front tomi grow nervous when a letim ahowad deflanca one of them fird aev eral ihots Into the ceiling and floor, whereupon all the negroes dashed out of (he building and eacaped. may prosecute socialists fkniftswiMw at aihany Next wnak to I DoCaexnlne gtnra ,rt.ion. AI.HAVY, Nf v.. April 2 ---Whether the five ousted pMMitsJlst saaamblyman will be called upon to fare criminal court prrverllng end whether the . HOf-iaiift party will hn proaeonted oa I charged of oonspiraoy hingfa upon I a oonferenoo to tako place In Albany next work, it whm said here today. , While official vertifir-atltin of this ! could not le Obtained today, It wan recalled tha In one of t-ho brief S I filed with the Judiciary OOSBBJlltteO council for the committee averted that the or iallata and sorjaKat jiartv i were "amenable under the terms of! tlm ssplonage aot.' Any loglsleiUon I It waa aald. would bo take i ny the dlstrlot attorneys of Uronx, New York and King- countlea, in WhlOh j are located the districts from Whldh the expelled eaoaHsts were oleoted , KENNEDY SPSOIAX 1JUJ ft lender loin tUeak. horde! aie IVenr-h fadsa po'euia" airing besaa fried tiafatm.'. to J p in Ihih'iiiir U lo 11' STRIKERS RETURN ON NORFOLK LINE Railroad Walk o u I la Settled In EJast This Morning. UNION LEADER EJECTED Switchman ;it Chlctga Refuse tn Listen to Vice Presl denl of Trslnmen, APPEAL TAKEN TO WILSON ( tint roversy Idenl Rock i roes Island to Prei Men to ltM urn. I.- iki Va., Inril ( a nonfOfPfMf tu n irl Iwm hi. I ween tvfflotals or i in Morfnlli A Wi-hrn rallvi a a nil Iih-jiI ami I ti - lornatiotMi roprt sm ntal i of or ganAaed peafoi on the syNtenta erhn haVO NlfHOll hi -h.iMm Willi lilt' uleekSt ohn walked mh Manli IS, a NPttiomonl was rtotaotiod under t Im' lenns of nrhJoti ji if nmployoN of tho mm pan win neon roe ! InMnrdlatei COhVH& S, OhlO, April z w it mat thrrr thouaand nrkinen rin ployrd b ths Kerfolh a- Western railway at the local terminal and al I'oiifmouth, t 1 tirit lode) in sym nathy ndth thr rtrotherhood of Rait WiL Trt'ka, hosr- iKi'tnhrrn ut'iil out Mart h 22 tTnton offtelals nn dieted oitta . ptrir tlOUP al thr ayalem within a 1 frw days Paaeenger trains "till 1 a ' re ronnlns but rrelghl tranopor I tat Ion viiiH badly oiippTed No oars .for connections are being accepted 1 by iitr poovpany CHICAOO, April I milna t loyal" nn niiiff, nf iii- Brother-1 hood of RmlhMy Trainmen Mtlml by A f Whllnrx. lcr nrrnl- ilrnt of ilir nrfrii 11I7..1 1 inn . waa bfOI t up b) i.irlklnic VWltohlTlen, whuiu' wa.kput In., iiarlil rrtpi.lrd freliTht servlt s on ihr 'htcago, Mllwauaes St HI Paul railroad M I ' hk Uurber, chairman of the brother hood, was ejected. Mr Whitney aald the airlke waa unauthorised and urged tin men to return to woi It i Nimands for 1 1 an hour for foremen. r cents for wltchmen, time and sajshalf for overtime, and double Uma after h hours' overt iinr. ware made by the g0 airiklng switchmen. The HtrikerM, ho aaeortod they resigned Individually also asked (hs retnstaiemeni of Oharlss Oranau prealdaai of i he Ohlsago yard mas ter a union. Qraaau 1 forced i o redirn from thr hrntln rhood during i lie war, OfftOOiej aald WAsTJ nNfMPOSf, April 2 The whols railroad waga r-nntroveraj was plaoed before president wtiaon I da v for tin. t h i-d t inir ml nt a rail road labor f ilrtj I La dernainln fr a general Incrraao in waTm mat aum iri a letter to tho proaldent B M Jewell chairman of the railway M k,ie.w . , labor party nn ihr railroad waaT COMTlMVaU) OM PAOI SMVPJN STRIKE SESSION FAILS j VpitforrruTr tn Battle PtoS W alktnii tn Near laai hhi m Waab- liitftim Uttlunii i:,iii:, WAOJH.INt.TVVN April 2 A OOfl I fermt" i or ooaatwlafl thiiptng Inter 1 eta and longafkoeeensn whleh con iened u.t 'he dopartinrivt of abOf I'-lt. to attempt aeltleruent of the I strMies a' Attantlc and gulf nu ta jdiaaolvrd latS today WlthOUl having rsarihsd an agreontoni Aaetetaal J hKrretary POOl rf the HkbOl de.iiart j ment, who called the ronferrncr aaid hs aaw no hope of bringing 'h 'two aide toRrther arid eou'd Mpr no other OOnohjelon than bO derl.tr- thr I confrrrri r dmrolvrd ' Mr Poa aaid thr rrnplovrn were unwillmg to recede from tnelr ds tnand for an immediate moreaos In Waejoa SAe) entployrre rrfunrd I-j , gra nt thr increase al preen eg be ranar they are already foolng mono) and cannot add to ifhrir defb ii ' Tutsan Escapes Jail Break-Jailor Overcome My Aaaoeiia I reaa SfSU Wir OKMI l-HKK, Mkls. April Oyer ooming Jailor Qsocga ren as hr wiui rOOhlOg the jirls oners at tho rourdy J.tJl in their cello for the nlirht. fOUT priannrrs. h'h, , h o'otoch tonight looked the elderly jailer In the hospital oag1 siole two revolvers trotn the tail office and mads their escape. Thost who got wa wore; Karl .Shaw, aentenoed lo a yitr and a day for automobile steal trig Ceaey sturphy of Ttjisa. an al Isged autofnobile thirf K. H. Jiarrrtt and Krank eeney. the first charged with forgery and the latter burglary Jailer Green waa audienly at tSaked by ihe foJir whiia ho waa Farm Loan Bank Forger and Embezzler Arrested t;. Callahan of San Antonio, Texaa Nabbed at Kansas City Disappeared on March 22 190,000 Taken Confess! i Taking Money- -Uses Funds for Oil Speculation and Covering H;il I loans. KANSAS OITTi A pi II 2 It 'i callahan, oorotary treasurer of the Uamo Karm leoan taaoi laUon of Ban AnlontO, Tesaa w'lr1 arrraleil hrr today Kred M r.or. ohtof of ths oerrei eervloe of thta dlstrtel on a 1 hers'' "I fm K Iuk and rmb.,linK 190 "00 from the fundi nf ihr fnh-i.ii I'.iim oan banb hi Ifooatsni Texas Mr Callahan ah arrested at i h- Union St 1 1 inn nn a 1 elrgraphlr dr t. i ptlon from San Antonio ho eras buvlMK a llikrl lo Korl Wmlh, Texaa n ww rel timing i rooji v ada. Mo., w fwi e he had leen via King a daughter attending aohool I iiii 1 Mr illnapprai n from San Antonio March i 1 11 a clKiiril uonfomton made tn Mi lair, Callahan admitted the em beeallng of thi fundi art of ths money, Callahan naiii In hi con- II rion, he had need In operating in thr oil f icIiIh ami parr in COVOting bad loans he haa made in hi. oapaelty n eecreUsr) treaeuror of ihr nr.- latlon. Callahan told Mr Tats, thr secret prrvlr- man Htinounrrd. whera hr would find I109 of UlS money embeasted and added ni rnulil makr p-ooil ihr batanrr. Callahan was errs Igaad befors Harry i Arnold, United BtatSS aojn m lesion er on a fugitive Mart-ant and pleaded noi guilty Mis prailaiinan hearing aas al for Tueaday April NATIONAL DEBT IS HEAVILY CUT Reduction in Double Th;it March of Any Is: Other Month. IS UNDER 25 BILLION Total Pigurea Are Now Placed at $24,698)00,000 Rec nrd Told by Houston. WAaMINOTOH, April l! A ilurtifin of ITlMM.Mt In Hie tlnnal dehl more than dmihle na thr amount hy whleh the deht wae low .-red during anv prevlnite month -w;u a. I'omplmh.wl rlmlotf Marrh. th trettriiry reported lonlulit The na tlonal deht now aland at $1!4, Hll, noo ooo. i if';' lata Wild thla reror.l eou'.d lint 1 he baats for foreoaatlftgl ii' I ,i further monthly rodOOtiOIUI. They 2fJ5?ij I 7 .5! 1 treasury It. howi-ver "sound of thr sunti ess of the program f"r financing the post -war pu md when government expenditures etui continue to run blfH. March payments on ths public debt were confined ahnoai wholly to retirement of oertlflsatOS Of Indrbt ednesa In anticipation of tin mn' and profit taxes. flSdmSlUIH by mOSjthS Slaos Aug ust when the rOUrOHlOntS banan were; fwtoher II I, Ml floo, November I94.t ri.SOO . December ;7.v.fT74,ooo , January 1 1 68.fi KH.OOO , arsl February ti4 067,000. Havy payments on ii debt in December and Pwbruajy both were traOOSS)1S to 'hr retire in ' of . to 1 1 f ii a t cm of 1 1 M I '. t hI n i's hut the aniount of obligations re tired each month, although fluctua ting, haa been on the in reuse. future monthly reductions wdll hinge largely on new appropriation and tax legtslat ion, of f i ida Is said They expected however, that opera lions Of ihe sinking fund WOUld rr i..ffliri to Slop Mr ntruihin by ( at i more and more on the gross , . . . . ! , n itlonal dabl na h - h hi mattat ,r,-,, n"r s" ,M 1 r'"" ,,r 1 " Von would Mitturi. , prMdtotlon an, eTasMaalaa ItaawlHaa, In the net radutf tton fnr the rftl-' endar year. in Okmulgee admitting two trusties ts ths age In the jail Of the Other prisonrrH in the ja 1 1 . nana ssaapisdi aHhaugh eii could have lefl tht Jail. Women In the fall telephoned to the police Htailnn ami gavs the alarm . Thr prisoners after locking Orees in the hospital department ran ilownslairs leading into tho SherifTS OfflOS and effected their aaaavs from the building by i ri aalng a window Unless a master S loekruj up in a time vault of a tonal bank H obtained tonight, Qreen win be forced tO remain locked up to ri lah i N'n traCi had been found of ihe rnaoners la.to tonltflaC and hll bond WaS ftSSd at 000. perototanl pearoh had bean mads for I'ailanati Mince his ilwappraram r from San Intonlo, Mr Titta Haiti a felrgrani received Onlay front K'l ward Tyre! I In ohorga of ths georsl service dlstrtel at San Antonio, said Callahan pinbably would br in Kan naa I'lly toduj and aakrd that ho br arreotedi Ths tlohet offli al hr Union in here eyasoovored by Tate t m.i 1 ' ,1 ml win 11 1 'a I lalia n upprar d ai ii tlobet etlndow he was arroeted, being reeoemlaed from iho desarlp- ttnri given In Ihr trh gi -am " 4 HOUffrONi Tosaa, April : .iwia Itoffera gritrral rnunael for the Krd rral I'aim UaSS Mnk hrrr. rrltjsrd today to give out any nl airmen I in connection a II ti Ihr arreat In Kan hi City of It i altahan. acr rotary - treasurer of the Alamo Par as Unas iasoelatlon of San Antonio. HA N ANTONIO April 2 - U. 1 1. Callahan. BOerOtari irroauror of t hr Alamo i'iitni Loan fuiant latlnn nf San Antonio, has boon reatdost of this Olty fn- 1 r, yrara. Mr ta married and hai a dauffTiter No InfoisievUon "i inti.- in nut ereeel In Kansas 'it y w a.n itv a il.ihli in nffb ial 1 era i day. ; READY TO ORDER TROOPS TO RUHR! OarfsspB Await Allied IVrmission for I)is- patching Forces. WORKERS END REGIME ('ruso Control Under Peace Terms Signed at BfMn Police Aftsumf Dimtion. Hy Th" AaSOOtatot rrtaa BMMetlfi April 2 - -Tho (lerman govarasieat announoee In a oonv munloailOn to (he prrH that It h.ui i eaolvad to dmpatch i rowpe to i he ituhi region so soon no the entente floneenta to euoli a move! Thr do- rJnion wan reached aftOT a thriS lanur ratdnet meoiing totlay, in 'tsMi')rjn)UK, April ? Oontrol by the workmen ceased theorottoalhf n(r" uday thiwaatiout the rtuhr tied last nW:hf at BSIH n TAodag bg lag Oood Kriday. rellgtouo oerai moniert were Htrlrtly obarrved, Tho turning OVOff of their dUtlOS to the polloe iti the rarlous fill! en ia ix paoted to be s graanaj praoeaa The general atrike eras railed off t hla niornlii and nti nipt mn of Work will take plans tomorrow. Street '-ar weir oprtallng In moat places today. The workmen h h adera arr aaHa flril thai there will In- no great d.f floulty hi gaaouting the terms sj agreement, Virtually ull anna In DuSSSldOrf are bring already do pdalted In thr harrur.kri and other bull ding! Some of the red guards are marehtnjt in a huppy frame of mind lo their quartern to gel orders for their service pay Thin money will be taken from u Joint fund con 1reOUted by the workmen, the looaJ au hor it ity ami tin- fljovernmont. WOMEN PICKET BRITISH ST A SH 1KOTO S , .Vpni Kfforts of the al am da par I men! today to havn the Wahiiiglon polir.- author ities break up ihe picketing of ihe Itrllish embaaev by women favonihle i Irish republic Tailed The po. said that in the light of the jja ision of the feilrral court in the f the suffiacial who nlri.cted the white house two yeai s ago I hey were power IsOS lo a t uneetN l hn r was disorder. The women bSgSJt the picketing this TorninSi a dozen of them man .ny up and down the, sidewalk m rront or the enitasHy on nun lirut avenue displaying banner nriUCUIae I rir- ItritlHii vnvpriiiiicul. This ru-'t was brouaal i las .t iniion ..T lh Stats aaUirtSJIsnt anil offlsials lauBsdiaiisly oonfsrrsd win, i thr i imtrii'i or Oolumbla oomnilsslon rrn mvd paltos suihoHilss. it N.tid insi tin" Brttlsk smbassy hi tndilH nr. rormikuni . Ths stonisn undartaoh s 4smonsiraUcui si th i.iiiitoi irsstsrday l.h i wars t u n.-.i .iWiiv hy thi' iiipltol iii!li' llrfnrr Koine tiietn tnsjt staesd sn im protnpt i dsfnonst ration on nsnnsyl VSalS nvrnue njii.tt,lle tli v. Iilto house. Committee Takes Ac tion on Soldier Re- ,ief PIan TAXES TO RAISE EUND Declare Against Bond Is sue; Levy on Luxuries and Sales Is Plan. EDUCATION IS OFFERED Alternative Proposal U Agreed Upon; Details to Be Worked Out EXPECT EARLY ACTION Final Vote Hoped for Be fore Recess for Nation al Conventions. W trtlMN'MTON. April 3. Sioldler relief li-Klnlat inn with a probable proviaion for a cash hernia, funds for which would b rained by aalea or luinry laaea. wan provided today by thr houar waya and meana rommlt- e by a vote of IS to 6. Detalla) of t ha bill to be recommended will bo Worked out by auboonimittena lo bo appointed Monday Members of tho committee hope to obtain final action by ths houae before tho ronliniplatetl rerrsa fnr the national political OOOVontlOng tmt (hew it pr2!! rtoubt .v )r. n a,rl i;:-. Iry the senate could ba had at this I aeralon - . .ri,..(i "".iMi- n ! -.I t ii nai l i a. Ihr- t hhi bl it a n loader, after a con - rem r today with oilier aenalor rr publiciinn aa to future legislation In i the aenaie raid ho thought thia would include a bill to glvo mone: bonus tn former serrh, men, with provisions fnr a nprcial tax to raise the nerrasary fund. The program appro, ad by tho hotjhe commit tea declares agafnsf any bond faauo. It Is understood to hav born submitted by Repress ntatlvo IongworHi. re- I publican, of Ohio, and waa dJcunrd I at great length in executive (tension While the eg act form of tho legln lation ... aa not decided upon, con -m nt ne dlSCUSSlon wan said to have indicated approval of a plan of ex tending vocational education a an alternative, to Mm cnah honua. Theaa two plans are a part of tho Ameri can Legion's program. Ms other so- leeted plan of government aid 10 BOldlerS and tailors for bulldlng hOtttOS or obtaining ownrrahip of farms Were said by mime mrathrrs of the rnm m i I tee lo nVOrVS loo manv difficulties to be worked out by irKlslatton before the recaaa. The canunittee prng-ram declares ngaliird. any bond lasua, Maying the fnnda to carry out the relief plana should bo raised by aulas or luxury tstss MISTRIAL DECLARED Ht, Iaiiis Oarl to gfajtSJ Murder Trtal Again gsjsy Stands tO for f-m-irtion, Two for ArulUal. .ST LrOUIS, April 3 A mmtrial Was deoubred tonight In the caae of 1,'rniila Broderloki l years old. hurgd wllh flrwt degree mmd'M lor killing her stepfather, Joseph K. Woodlock, who Sms shot to dath in linir boms here April 14, laat. AltOff dehl, orsjttag for ejsors 'ban ''4 hoiira, the foreman of Ihe jury reported that ths body waa "hopstsssljy dead -lot krd .' Judge K lene, prrwiding, OjSStared a nilairial, and ordered ths ia.se retried on May U. Tiie foreman stated that the rury had utootl 10 for MnvtOttOS and two for aOQUlttal. eince just nixhi The defendant was apparently un , moved by the rrsnlt and assei ted thai ehe was not worried as in thr ttatinUbtS OUtOSme when tin- caM again goas to trtaL In ( irt idler of ln 1 . I 'raula shot j and killed her father. Thonias 1. : Mrudei p k. but was exonerated h a I OOroner'S Jury when it waa tewtified j she fired In defense of her mothor, whom Itrodrrlck, It wae said, was beating. THOUGHTS TO THINK ABOUT A CATAXOOUK rnt out 4rh day In Bvar tS.SSS liotnPH tllir aSSStsr pari ..f tho.' in Tulsa I. wiujlil appaar to hp n kooH wuv Id pt bu , injr ilPtuaiiiJii fnr nli ' itrtn ipa mni thing ostslogasd 'or thi. murkif The Till. Hur , I Want Art p.isa oonsUtuls such a. oalaloaue and saa tain the Individual offerings sad epe elfled words to all th opl Mvlae in Tulea antl ptiburhan territory, ThPp nffi rlnm. upon ihe in.irkPt anrt these want.'' and npil of thr pnopt mip iniiiliil ;n ill'' vi orm .vain a. DaSSS from SS itay. RSd thi Ph i-..sr ti'ion anrt vk for want a.0 lAkr.