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THE MORNING OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER Twfi AVBIMOK HWOn.V NUT PAID Final Edition fII.CtI.AT10N 25,605 MARCH VOL. XIV, NO. 207 HIT I OA ni.M l tf All A ll 1.1 II XT l.'ll It A V A 1)111 I ill 1lVili 18 PAG US. PRICK 5 CENTS. MORE THAN 14 0RNAD0ES Johnson Last SENATE PASSES NEW ARMY BILL By Vote of 16 tp- 10 'Measure? Is Given Final Approval. GOES T0C0NFERENCE House Proposals Widely Dif ferent From Those Ac , ceptcd in Upper l.ranuh. PROVIDE VOLUNTEER PLAN Training Method la Rotained; Force Fixed at 297,000 Officers and Men. WASHINGTON. April 20 My n Mjte of 16 to 10 tlio senate today passed Hip urniy regulation bill pro filing for ii regular army of 2'J1, 000 officers and men, iv ii.illon.il guard of -135,00b and a voluntary system ot military training for on between lo .t ml -1. I in; nic.ts urc now gors to conference. It was announced ilmt Senator Norrls, republican of Nebraska, who was absent, opposed tho measure. Twenty-four republicans were lolnrd by 22 democrats In supporting the lull. Iloforo thn oln Senator llrrd. democrnt. Missouri, told the i-end'o ho had Intended to make a final effort to have tho sl.o of tho regular urniy authorized by tho bill reduced materially, but that bo realized such an effort would be uso ICSS A spirit of militarism ban over whelmed tho senate," ho dorlarrd i -,.li... .1 Ill nl 1... ii.unv j,..... . ...... .. ........... iLuurt. numbers or ine cauinei aud dipio- months beforo It will bo dlscov ereil matio corps were present, that tho sentiment of tho people Is, ,..,,,,...., ' ." ,,' .. ,. i. i. .,!, I WAHIll.S'OTON, April 20. Senator Kel- iif-alnst I'rtlsslanlsm. 'oKtc, republican, Minnesota, at the request Senator Heed declared thai tlHMut the New Unwland eltltens 'n.l.iy nnro niunlry could not afford to main- ,duced a bill to nmund the I mm canal n a.ieli ii milll-irv establlshmPiit , 1 "n '" BUlhorlie raliioiida to own rt.n Kiieli a military i Miauusnmeiu .le.unshlpa opcrutlnir on the kic.ii lakes .1) proposed. 'and other waters except the .MlMlaslpl We shall not always havo flush rlter and thruuch the Panama anal. i.iiiM in JhiH rountry." ho said. WASlllNr.TON.Tprn" i0.-Ml. i;.llih lliero will probably be a permanent . iivnham. social secretary Id .Mrs. Wllaon. I 'b fault on many of our foreign Io.iiim a temporary ilefaull s certain, i i. . "" ,..., I'av day Is eomlnc; and the only way to prepare for It It to cut expenses. i:iept for tho provisions fulnn i hr size of I he regular army and tho nntlnii,il iiiird, the senate and hous. inr,kuie are widely different. The IimiM- I. ill aiilhorlr.eil a reRiilar army if J'ia 000 men and lT.Snj nf(ieirt, win, e i ho senate mejsurn provides l"' .'so. ooo enlined men and 17, 013 i f.ci r.w I nivi.l military trainliiK prom i es tip iniiii lii.il iibstai'le. ''PIuimiil: th measure were one publiraii. tlronna of North la- "U ,iml nine democrats, Plat, Har-i.-iin M. Kellar. Oxoimali, Iteed, M epparil. SltnmnriH. SniHh of .South 'no.in.i and Trammell. KIFs Tfl K I I MjnHQ " today apent nn hour and a quar. Illll-O IU IN 1 1 l IIIHIIOIiHU t,r meetliiK Willi hla cabinet. Members stated tliaht there had been only "a gen ii I,, t . ., .,, . , , . i. , ... eral discussion.'' It was learned that th Will.!, I'imIiIIith .rrttr! at rnlenil I railroad situation waa discussed Informal l ull III Mtempl (in Kilirar Ivt'.V". y. Secreiao uf Slate Uolby refused to MrSK(ilii:M Anrll "0 An effort -' whether the queatlun of representation .a niiHle by whlsKy pedillem totl.l t,rorii I era had been taken up Jo uki the life uf Deputy 1 tilted , wlates Marahal KdKar Ke of l'u . He arrested four men with a s.cp! ..f uliiakv nn.l eiillflsi'iiteil nil'1"" 1 niteu JMliiee inn same ireenom or of wlilHky an I t unnsLineii an tho OTMg B noH OI1oy, ,,y 0teil, jjrlulrli.. a ii "mobile near HilglH'M uniii. w ode taking them to Totcmi, one f the men tried to plunge a long snife into thn officer's back. He ' '"ht'l Hie mow- aim WIIVlllg u.e Kin lined them up. handcuffed and nn. ned them together. Then he oade.i the minto the car and drove lo l'nteau Irish Detective Shot i to Death in Dublinl Detective In - ''I HI. IN Apul :o -I '" Dalton was shot and In-I 'a ' killed w hen, he and another te'r ii. e of the metropolitan police w" attacked by severnl armed "r The other detective escaped n '' but a woman was wounded bullet The n.'sassins made I . r escape. New York Life Insurance Co. Fanner & Duran SIM.CIAI. a(.i;nts 203 rtilaro IlltlK. I'liono I. II Leads for Demorcratic Delegate; Palmer Wins in World's News Told in Condensed Form for Hurried Readers OTTAWA April 20 The (Ileal War etcrana' association, (hrtiKh Ita dominion erc itlve. has nctl to nisanl-e Itself Into n "overalls brlKHilr.' It una announced in-l'iy A tneesaitn III bit pent tu all t a .nli m tdttiiM urpliik' them to wear ,i-hm 1'Altls Arrll 20 Former rremler tietnrnceau, uhn has heen upon a vacation trip In L-ypt, tirrlved at Marseilles this afternoon on hla way home to rarla. Ho vmn welcomed at Murarllles by a commit ten of city official. TOPIIKA, Kan. April :0 e'-nalor Charles t'urtla cf Topeka toilay fllid a declaration In the office of the secretary of atata aa a candidate for re-nmnlmitlon for United Stales senator on tho republi can ticket In the Kansas primary Au gust 3. - ALLIANTI:. Neb, April 20 llurllncton train No, 42, which hail been anowbound eight miles west of Ilernlnftfnrd atnee Hun day, arrived here early today, 49 bourn Ute. Three anowplows and 200 men Here required to clear tho trauka, A boy vtas born on the train. WASHINGTON. April 20. A proposal to extend the republican Joint peace resolu tion passed by tho hoilae eo aa to declare iina war Willi Austria at an end. vraa inauo toilay beforn the aenato foreign relatlona 'committee, Inn final action on the nicae- ute was dererred again. ST. LOliiH, April 20. The total value nf the ratale ot John T. .Mllllken, oil inair nate. who died In Junuary of 1919, waa Jllt.JJVllliO, accordlnt; to a flret aelllement aiatement filed In probate court here to day. .Mr. Mllllken waa reputed tu bo the wealthiest man In tit. Louis. KANSAS OITV. April Three men In a motor car Ihla afternoon atopped and robbed two wnployea of tile standard oil company who were on their way in a bank In a motor car with ILaOO. The holdup took place on Hast UlKhth atreet In a resident.) district. The bundlta es caped. ' Ml : 1 1.1,1 :. Spain, April 20. llnndlta xat tacked a train last tllKhl on which Queen Vlcturla and her brother, the Marquis of Curlsbrooke. were traveling from Madrid to Seville, In an unsuccessful attempt to c.irry off the royal plate which the queen waa brlnElm; to this villi . WASHINGTON. April 20. Miss Nancy Lane, .laughter nf (he former secretary of thu Interior, and I'hltlip C. Kauffman of this city, wero married today at St. John's llplacopal church. Mra. Wilson, wife of ,".. P'ceiticnc, jiaiicea or tue supreme ithe wife of the president, mid Iteir Ad ""r"' "". "i " . commission on navy yards, were married lod , iu i).nhama home. Mrs. here today at Miss Ilenham'a home. Mrs. Wilson waa the only irueat present except tue iiiemoera oi trie urine a tamiiy. LONDON. April 20. The Japanese caualtlr In the fIRhtlnir lu Mberla which resulted lu tnelr i.ipt'jt ins Nlkolsk and Ivhsbarovsk friim the itUMnUtia, totaled 2 ooo, accordlnc to reports teieivcd In uf flclal qual tela hire. Home of the llusslan detachiiii'llls eacaped In the hills hut uth era were Laptuied and disarliiud. the ad i(ea stale. WAHlllNiiTtJ.V, April 20. bill aulher islolr Inoornuratton of the Itooeetelt Me- muiial asHoilatlun to perpetuate the mem or) ol llieiiiiuie noosevi-lt tor the benerit of the people of the United states and of the win Id hat been passed by the senate, l.reiiloii of a monument in thla cltv and creutton of a park ut uyatcr Hay lu mem ory uf the fotiner president l.t provided WAKH INflTflV. Anrll "fl P...l,lnl WASlIINd'lON. April iiO. llaUbllshmenl of it naval policy which will guarantee wan urged In ilm smite toilay by Senator Ilred. dl'iiiDi-l at of Missouri "Tlie treaty of peat e la aa dead as Julius Caesar,"-Jtecd declined 'As long aa this country Is a powerful nation we win not be molested, uui iiuuiu I'lit.iua airiiittiei tor Ilia. ""' "'' ""' ' Six Arc Known Dead in Colorado lilizzard DHNVl.K, April 20.- At least six poisons lost i heir lives In thu i bllznard which rngod over Colorado , frui Saturday to .Monday and many ntheis are leimrled missing. Throe of the dead are sheep herders and their herds perished with tlmm. Nineteen other herds aro missing and their herders are behoved to be lost also THIS WEATHER TfLfM. nk'a April SO Maximum, Tl! 1 minimum. 46 south winds, clear, i OKLAHOMA WednrsiHy partly cloudyi Tliursdav gri"iall' fair somewhat cooler. LOI ISMNV Wednesday generally fair, 'warmer. Thursday partly cloudy I AHKAN'SXs Wednesday and Tliursdajr 'partly cloudy DAST TLNAH Wednesday rnrlly Irloudy, wartuer In northeast am) south west portions. Thursday partly cloudy, cooler in not thereat portion. I WIIHT Ti: S Wednesday fair. Thura. I flav fnli an.1 cooler ' kasi- 1 nseiilid weather W eilneaday; Thurs'ii' I bab'y showeta and cooler. Itenneilv Ppcrlal, t hi ke 1'ied Meak Country firavy, rmtage l'Dtalnr- Wlnle Hulled Corn. rpa ug s 'His ' 1pm Dancing I to w p I' Kennedy lleataurant. AdvU in Nebraska Primary, NAME CUMMINGS FRISCO CHAIRMAN Democrats Select ' Head, of National Commit- I tee to Preside. 1 CONVENTION PLANNED Plans to Move Site Dropped When Californianss Prom ise Guarantees. ' OKLAHOMA MAN SELECTED J. J. HiiKhes Will Be Assist ant Sergeant at Anns Kepublicans Are Flayed. CHICAOO, April 20.--llomcr S CumniliiKrJ, chairman of tho demo era tie national committee, today was selected to prcsldo an temporary chairman of tho national convention at San rranclHco June 2S and de liver the keynoto address which will enunciate tho party poltclea In tho furthcoming campalKiu Tho convention sluto waa framed- at is luncheon and Iho democratic chlefa listened with particular In terest to a speech In which their leader sounded what, thuy said, probably would bo the main point in lil "l.eynotc addrem," Tho republican party has lost lis moral character, ho declared, In launching a wKoruuH attack on thu action of the majority In countess In defuallni; tho peaco treaty and leas'tio of nalionV and particular! tho methods by which control of tho forelKn relations committee was held by tho republicans. "Thu whole fight on thn lcapruo of nations dates bai k tu u corrupt olec Hun In .Michigan,'' hu said, "and a convicted criminal is the thing upon which republican supremacy rests "Ho was convinced that tho people of the United States wanted the league of nations. The republican congress had debated tho peace treaty eight months and had tailed lo p.iss one constructive piece of legislation." I'nili'H Wilson. Turning to the war, ho declared that "not chance, but brains" won It and for this leadership, he maintained, the democratic part was entitled to credit. "It matters not what they may say of Tresldent Wilson," he added. "Ills fame is Immortal, and future generations will render tributes of praise and ob ligation to this great democrat." Relation of democratic women to the parly and their part in the direc tion of Its affairs would be decided b the San Kranclai.o convention, the national executive committee do clded today. .Meeting with members nf tho women's advisory board, the com mittee appointed .Mr. CiimmliiKa chairman of u subcommittee to draft Die program under which tho en franchised women will work. Their findings will lie preset' ted to the con onllon for adoption Today's ses sion was said to be the first in which women havo had representation on tho national exocutrvo committee Oklnlioman Named. Plans for tho convention worn vir tually completed today with tho se lection of the temporary officers. I'O.Vl'INl'KI) UN PAUIJ PHI. LairA lllalrr .nr I ril r KANbAb NIINtS AHt lULt Thirty Not Operating- Dcspllc (lid civ for ItfMimlng Work. ITn-SUUIKJ, Kan.. Anrll 20.- IU. ports compiled this afternoon sliow- rd that approximately 20 Kansas coal mines were not in openrion ti day, lu splto of the muur sent through tho dlstilct yosteiday after noon by tho djstrlct un.on officer- tor thu men to return to the mines today. In the I'ranltlln region no mints were In operation. riorno of tho other mines wore Idle, It was slated, I hocatlFo of dlsputon nvir the prices uf explosives and supplies .IOIINSON ATTACKS i,i:.ici: t'allfoi nlan 'I'nkfn Another Hap at Covenant In Indianapolis. INDIANAlOI.IS, April 20 --Sen ntnr Illram Johnson In nn address hnro loday opposed the entry of tho United States Into tho league nf na tions. "Let mo toll you, my friends," Senator Johnson said, "you cannot ! bury thn American flag and havo the American peoplo walk over the gravo of thut flag without Its be coming an Issue In uii American cainpaien." Cummimjs Chosen for Chairmanship Frisco Convention AW"-) i ,, Homer S. Cumiiiliig. Homer C'ummim;s, chairman of tho democratic national committee, will be i lie tcmpmat chairman of i tho democratic national convention at San Francisco The selection of .Mr. Ciimmlugri was madn lu Chicago yesterday at a meeting of tho com jn.lUyP, on plana for tho gutlicrlng. Parker Elected Governor of Louisiana VIMl ilil.i,iivu . ,n I'l.. democratic ticket headed by John M. i-araur lor trovernor wascarrleii into offil-o 111 thn I'Mfierill .il,..t Inn In, lit loday throughout tho slate. An tin. ii-uuiiy ngui voto wa. i usi fioverno.- C'ect I'aek -i will 'i In auguniteil May 17, onu week nftiT the new fieneral aswemlily i inems .May 10 Tli, republic in i tiHl...ites for governor and 'loineii'tut govirnot polb il the usual lopuli . m vnte. DELAWARE GOVERNOR LOSES Tuuirenil 1'nlN tu lie ( lumen Nation ill Helfgnlo In )n l'uiit I'IkIh. I'UVUlt, Did. April 20. Oover nor Townsend of Dolawaro won tie fealed'lor deer.ito to the repujllcaii convention In Sussex county caucus. The two lclcates olii'Uil were former (loveriior Simon ri. runny. well and Itobert 11 l.ll.ott. Vormer fiovernor l'ennywill is neutral In tho factional fight be tweon Alfred I Dit Tout and T. Colo man liu I'ont, who ate t'ontesthiR for political sutirr in.icy In Delaware r:ilbiii is un uilhi rent of Alfred I. Int l'ont. Six delegates tinnixtnif tnil ns lo iresldentldl it i fetence nt republican cm state convention heie today. Tho oiivcntioii adopted a n -s.d jtlon fav- ng llm i at ideal Ion of iho v.oman suifratre irni ii.li.ii-n, r cenlly ll". fiaiid In iho Del' v..f house of rep resent.! :ivi Today's the Day of Tulsa's "Overall and Apron" Parade More than j.ooo isu-tioip.mts nre I expected In the paiade whloh mom- hi'is of the Jiils.1 uveralls club wib stagn ut noon today ns their flint public demonstration against the "high price of clothing" I'ollowing the "suit" of folIowpa raders elsewhere, many of tho pa irultira will appear In overalls, tho of ficial "suit" of tho national move ment. Those not garbed In blue dernin or khaki will wear their old clothes and all will wear the badges of red, white and hluo ribbon. No fear of ridicule or derision seemed yesterday to disturb those who have ehsted lo Initiate their uniforms today. ' "Wo will wear overalls as a badge of honor In thn Interest of humanity, a pledge of loyalty to tho movement, and a Just rebuke to profiteers," said an em ployo of the Texas Company. Starting from I'oorth and Main, the panniers will cover nine blocks of downtown territory'. The Shrlner band will furnish marching music, banners to bo carried will voice such sentiments ns: "Kconomy first," 'thrift, then pilde," "Clothes don't mako the man nor woman," "calico girls and overall boys, pavo tho way lo old ago Joys," "fine foathoru and flno clothes Is riot tho way our money goes," and clothes aplenty, dollars few, we'll mako old clothes do." That Tulsa, wlih tho usual spirit, is sharing the national overall move ment with unui"ial energy and golnir tho rest of the country "one bettor" v as tho declaration of O V. liorden, STRIKE-' WIND-UP ttr EXPECTED TODAY Y!SlCTdny, Volc WOOD HEADS PERSHING Strikers ileet in Chicagol With 'View to Ending j Few Products Show Amcri Walkout. CJU1 Commander Is CLERKS NOT TO QUIT Prospect of Another Tieup Vanishes With Decision to Iteniain at Work. "OUTLAWS" AGAIN REFUSED Federal Hoard Utiles Law Is Not Complied With in Fil ing of Complaint. ClllC.UiO, April 20. Acllon toward ending the iinatilhorlzed walkoi. of switchmen In tho Chi cago terminal dlHlrict was expected to bo taken tomorrow tit a mass meeting of members of tho Chicago Yardmen's association, called today by a committee of strike leaders. Clove rrimcnl and city offlceis anil representatives of tho railroads were Invited to bo present Iloforo calling tho meeting tho strikers' committee was In conference with District At toruoy .Clyiio and. thu. move wan said to havo thn support of federal of ficers. John Orunau, president nf the ynrdmen's association, who Is In Jail at Jollet, HI., today predicted tho speedy Boltleinen of the strike at tho mass meeting. He said ho expected to obtain his relcaso on bund in tlniu to attend tho meeting. The railroads announced Hint 42 moro crows went to work lu the yards today, bringing thn total to DCS as compared to n normal opera tion of 765. Ten railroads entering Chicago Is sued an ultimatum to strikers to in turn to work by Wednesday noon under penalty of losing seniority rights. l'rospects of another railroad crisis In Chicago vanished today with tho decision of representatives of 30,000 freight hamllerH, clerks ami station operators lo remain at work and await action by the. federal wugo board on Increases asked. WASHINGTON, April 20. Appli cation of unauthorized strikers for hearings on their demands for a "liv ing wage" wero denied loday by Iho railroad labor board after Chairman llarton had ruled that anyone might file a complaint but that It wag for tho lion id lo determine whether the dispute was one which thu law em powered It to adjust. In Its reply to l.dwnrd Mellugh of Now York, who filed a brief as a citizen, asking a hearing on tho ground of tho "existing emergency" as well ns a formal complaint, the board saliU It declined to atitliori.e tho application to be filed and dock eted as a case because it did nut comply with tho law and with older No, 1. president of the Tulsa Overall club. at a mass meeting In the municipal auditorium yesterday evening "Wo urn Identlflnl with a large move ment It Is not a Tulsa movo locnt by any minus. Hut Tulsa in lining It as no other city has dune It, as no other city can over do It," .Mr. liorden said. Need for concerted action by American people to reduce clothing costs was tlio themo of other -meeohe. "I have no doubt that there Is a groat deal of ptoriteeeing gnlnrf on," wild 11. .M. Cosgrove. "The only way to re.ioh It Is by economy. I bellovo that w'O shotlld be prestred for n long Uruggle. It may take a year to reach our coal, but during that time we will learn lessons of economy which will bo Invaluable, to us as a nation." "IVIho prldo Is the ciuso of over dressing today,' John H. Woodward said. "We are trying to do llko tho other fellow. I heard Home women speak this week of thn fart Hint soma Tulsa high school girls w -ar $S nnd 110 silk hose to school. I don't believe that Is right from Un moral, commercial, or patriotic standpoint. It Is not nocotetury for any young girl lo go to school wear ing hose that cost H or $10 n pair. It given her a wrong sensn of values, takes away her domocracy Worst of all. she sets tho pacn for poorer girls The Tulsa IluslueHS college itddi 1 ISO recruits to thn movement yrs terday. the students pledging to vvr r old clothes, nnd buy only erisenllals Bryan Third in Contest. SMITH LOSES STATE Watson I leads Georgia Senator With Attorney General in Lead. fl.MAII , Nt h., April 'JO. lie turns riiini hi) pii'i'lnets of I.HIH III the slate llilil Is't'll lllblllliteil ill I li'i'lucl. tills iiionilng n-oill .ic lenla.v's pilmat-y In which ieiuli. Iliiiii mill ilciiioiiallc pieferonin for tlie presidential iioiiihiallotm wiih i I'gMi'ic.l, Delegations to the iiallonal iiinventluti vnliil on and giibci iinl'ii lal I'linillditli-K selected. I'or the pio-ddoiiibtl proforeuin Senator llliiini .toliiisiiu .polled .!. Mil vulo, nt't'iirilliig lo Iho nieiter reltiriis; .Maine t.en. Issinnril W oi ill. 'J.'Jtlll; ('ll, .lolill .1. I'lThb lug 1,1 1 1, and Hubert IIiihs of Js' Inglnii, Nell,, I'JII. OMAHA. Neb.. April 20. -l'nrly tlx piccincts nut of 1,871 Including in in iMiiigiits county give .loiiuson 2.0S7; Wood. 1 IIH.I; I'ershlup. 7H2 Shallenberger, Neville, .MeNeny anil Noble Hitchcock candidates for del egates at large to tho San I'Vatif iscn ronvenllon aro leading Hlephens, Ilergo. ThomiiH and Hryun- These candidates nre rtinnlng In Iho or der named with KlephoiiM and llergo closely behind MuNetiy and Noble Tho returns from th" ftlnte at largo worn coming tu exceptionally slow. Ma. Cion. l-onimnl Wood. Illram Johnson, I'. S. seniitnr from Cali fornia, and Cen. John J. Pershing worn the eonleslants for tho lepuh llciin Indorsement while Sennlnr Hitchcock of Nebraska shared the democratic ticket with Unbelt Hoss of I.exhiKtou, Nidi , who was also enlered on the republican ballot Two sets of democrallc delegates were In the field, a "dry" delega tion euteied by William J llryan. Who sought the election us a dele-cnlo.at-large opposing Senator Hitchcock's tleleirales. The wet and dry Issue was given a prominent part III the primary rnmpnlgn and rr llr.van announced that because of Senator llhehrock'a attitude toward beer and light wines he would re fuse vi vole for Hitchcock at the San Kianelsco convention and allow an alternate lo take his place In on so he wns chosen a delegate and Hie senator obtained the state Indorse ment. , tine set of delegates pledged lo ii;nonil I'orshlng iind anolher et supporting Mai. flpii. Leonard Wood wore before the republican voters. The Wood laudldates had the sup- j port of Senator Johnson's organism - Hon under nn agreement that thev I would earr out tho oholro of the 1 voters In the contest. ATLANTA. On.. April 20 -With HI counties nut nt the 1ER In the state hssvrd from at midnight, At- lurticv I loners I A. Mitchell I'almer in unoffllal returns had n I eat I of 23 coutiiv unli voles orr his uoxt op- poni nt, Thomas 14. Wulson. and -l.t votes over United States Senator Hoke Smith tu tha contest for the democratic presidential preference In Georgia. The vote, ns compiled by tho At Innta Constitution at that hour stood : rainier IS'eountles And 132 con vention votes. Watson 40 counties and 109 votes. Smith- 37 counties nnd US votes. Ileadfiunrtors inf Senator Smith rnncedeil that I'slmcr held a slight lead at Hint hour Candidates for the support of the stato deleyntlan at the San b'run cUro convention were Attorney (!en cral A. Mitchell I'almer, generally described as the Wilson candid-itc and an avowed proponent of the league of nations nn framed at Ver sailles, and Senator Hoko Smith and Thomas K Watson, both critics of the Wilson administration and bit ter opponrnis of the luugue of na tions Interest also Was added by the be lief that the vote for Senatoi Smith would forecast to some vtont the ouloome of the senatorial election next September. Senator Smith made the most thorough campaign of any of the eandldales, Mr i'al mer was forced to cut short his spc echouikinrr trip in Urn state and ritiin i-li'ocio" a-- a result of the riTli.Tit iilke vvh.lo Mr W,l son u.ii'lr no upeikng uiur, targei) condiii'ui- !i rampaisn thiough riru,pupirs, Is Runnin Known Death Toll Taken by Storms Through Southland IU'sirt.s from the citlix nf tor nudum thai svvcpl Alabama, .Mis Insipid mill 'Ii'iiikwcii Imlay show Hie Inllnvvliif; itmlinltli's: MISISMI'PI Hay springs, Jasper county, 7. Uienli'cn, .Mooimi isiiitil), -I. iuor), Monim count), It. Hose Kill, JnsH'i- county, II, Meridian, l.aiidc'ittali) count), "I, lliitiisls llrlilge, liiudcrtlalo niiint), 'J, llis'iiicr liiiiila'r isiiup, near I'hllatlclphlii. Ni'shh.i ctiunty, III, l4.')pt, ClilcUaMivv count), 5, Ulciin, Alisiril (xiullly, HI. Ingtuiiar, Union iiiunty, fl. UeovMivllle, Union isuility, 2. Ilal.cr, Itnlon ciiiinly, .1. Marl.vllb', scilun Oktlbbclia tsuiniv, severnl. I'hltaitclphla, Ncslilm criunty, X Notulico anil ln.-.lon conn lies, AliAHAMAi Ncliaiiin wc-ilon, (lolhert count), I. tiiiilcy, .MntlUon count), .1, l,lllli ('live, 'J. Wa n, I. Marion iiiunl.v. 'JO. MndKiin count), 15, ti:m-si.i: Wllllam-iin con nly, , Maury (Hiiol), near llurwnocl, 2, REPORT SONORA TROOPS IN TRAP Carranza Claims Suc cess hut Claims Are Not Confirmed. PASSAGE Is GRANTED Arizona Willing for Mexican Staff to Pass Throui?h State on Journey. NUdALKS, Arl?.. April 20. fjen. Angeln Klnres and his Invading com. iiiaml uf Sounni statu troops are trapped In CulliicnfT, capllol of Hlna loa by fodetal forces, according to a report given out by Carrnnza adher ents hero today, Tho report was tin continued. .ll'AUKX,, April 20--The 1.200 Mexican federal Hoops which ar rived here .Monday to Join thu Car rameu forces massing for thn drive against Konora loft by rail toilay for ('asas tliaijib-s, Chihuahua, the mnhlll.utlon point, den. Francisco Hbulljo commands the troops which are the loth alnl 4Sth cavulry. I'IKjKNIX, All.., April 20. -In line with a request from Secretary of States Colby, lioveinor Campbell today Iclcgiaphcd the slate dciart uient that the statu uf Arizona had no objection to tho passage from NoksIcs, Ailz.,, to 1)1 I'uso, Texas, ot the .Mexican Keneruls, Juan Itlos itnd .Manuel Uamboa, with their staff ot about 31, persons eu route from Su mint lo .Mexico City. LAIll'UJd, Texas, April 20. Con rirmatloti of Iho reported revolt ot thu .Mexican statu of Mlchnauan iigalnsl the Carranr.a government was biought here today by General ignacin i,. i'esiuoira, recently ap pointed govetnor of Hotiora by I'rcsl dent Curranza. l'esiiuultu, who crossed tho border hero en route to Nogales, Ariz., said Mlchoaenn had "iiligneil Itself with the rebels" and that (lovernor Ho belo of that state "Willi all (hu fed eial forces III his territory." had Joined tho movement. Train ennnoo Hon between .Mexluo City and Cuuda lajura IihmJigoii suspended because ot me revolt, no said. THOUGHTS TO THINK ABOUT AUTOMOlllLlJS It doesn't matter whether you havo a. new or a second-hand automobile you want to sell, nor doea It matter If you nio In tho market to buy either it now or a sucund-haiid car, your duly In yourself demands of you that you read thu "Automobile" columns of The World from day to day. The "Automobile" columns of The World curry the best offerH In the market in the lines of used cars, iinouiobile ,u cessoi'les, i v , ..... Telephone your Wan' Ads ut The I World Phone (Vsago 0000 and ask i for Want Ad taker. Georgia Storm Sweeps Through j Mississippi, Tennes j see and Alabama HEAVIER TOLL FEARED i - - I Reports From Yesterday's Havoc Incomplete; Sec tions Not Heard From. LOSS INTO MILLIONS Towns, Cities ni d Farms Hit; Everything in Path Reported Wiped Out NARROW ROAD SWEPT Destruction Confined to a Strip of 100 to 500 Yards in 3 States. IHUMINUHAM, Ala., April 20 A death list which tonight stood nt morn than 110 nnd n properly loss of many mllllona of dollars was tha loll nf a series ut tornadoes which today swept n, scoro of towns, village and Isolated farms In eastern Mississippi, northwestern Alabama and southern Teunosseo. Communication with many ot the towns of tho stricken district was difficult! but fiamenlary reports agiced Hint thu turunda obliterated virtually everything In Its parlh. In nt least one case --that of Ingoniar, Miss., practically tho entlro town wits reported destroyed and In sev eral Instances nil members of a fam lly wero crushed In tha dobrls of Its homo. Striking first apparently In Jasper county, Mississippi, about 10 thin morning, thu storm swept a narrow path across the remainder of the eastern border ot tho slate carrying iiusirtictioii to ii uoznn or moro com munities. About thu same time, ef feels of the same, or rt similar dls Itirbance wero reported .from conn ties In Iho norlhwtwalorn corner of Alabama, the rxtrciiiu force nf the wind being expended after the Ten ncsseo linn was reached In Williams, Maury ami uarrnii counties. Meridian, .Miss., reported at lens' 21 dead In Hint vicinity whllo 20 negroes were killed und a while man fatally Injured near Abordeen with threo deaths reportctl a fow miles from Amory, near there Twolve woro killed and 30 Injured, some probably fatally nt Doemor Lumber- camp, In Deshba county, according lo reports from Philadelphia, while Olen reported 10 dead; Ingnmar six, Columber flvo: linker five, Ilav Springs five; Iloso Hill x, and Keownvllln two. with several fatal Hies In Hell school house near Htarkvllle. In Alabama tho rural districts around Sheffield, Citirlny, Lltllo Covn and Waco sustained tho full forci ot inn storm, ami with some inr . ions still cut orr, a scorn of bodies hne been recovered. Across tho Tennesson line 1ft miles from Meridian, tjin storm dlll hnd force sufficient to upset resl denco nnd farm buildings and to cjt a swath through forests and or nliarus. Only threo deallm nre Jui own to havo resulted in that state, however. Practically all reports nf tod-iv's storm describe tho local destruction as naving neen conrined to a path measuring from 100 to no yards wide wltliln which tho rvyelnnlo wind when nt its height, left nothing but the most solid structures standjiig. A It If NK.VS D i : TI I TOLL STANDS AT 23 I.ITTL1-. HOCK, Ark.. April !S . Although the list of known dead In Sunday night's storm In Arknnra i stood nt 23 tonight, unconfirmed re ports continue to come In of nihil llotial death Wires still nro down In some places and some of the casualties occurred In remote ser Hons. Tho Itev J. T Purvis of Paris. Logan county, tonight said that he believes that at least 20 per mils were killed In the hill oectton of that county. Only two deaths ha l been reported from that county The minister said that few of the In Jurod who were brought to Paris ha I any clothing. Their garments hal been blown off and Mini, gravel an1 dirt li.ul been driven Into their bodies by the force of Iho wind. Lit tie hope is entertained for six of the storm victims who nre being tared for In the hospital nt Paris Interior Deronitlnit. Vr are fully enulpped to la e ra ef r ir oi'i ' l"r dc "-at mi! In a'l I lies lie i- ciieren'd iiecratnrs n gan uoi , phone fedar 9" I Aclu . I'mjer Meeting Tlthi.