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THE MORNING OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER VOL. XIV, No. 293 GERMANS TO YIELD TO ALLIED DEMAND ACCIDENT GIVES SHAMROCK FIRST YACHT VICTORY ARREST GONZALEZ ON REBEL CHARGE Mexican General and Presidential Candi date Captured. IS HEAD OF REVOLTS Government Regard! Him as Intellectual Head of Re cent Uprisings. y MUST FACE TRIAL SOON mm Mt - -, to flnoa of 11,000 each by Ju.Ik H k ; Unconfirmed Reports Say He: Kr' ln u-L.-"" "rt Dominant Group Too Intoler Hu Already Been Given ! .e,l!.!dEb'odV"or?oh;u),,.Th.,uJ ant Sav., Personal Knvov Hearing by Government. PAN ANTOMO, Texas, July 15. 'Tho arrest of General I'ablo Com.. ilea bv orders cif Provisional President de la Huorta at .Mont, erey, Nuevo Leon today, wan an nounced hero tonlghi by Tondulo Beltran, consul of tho Mexican provisional government. A copy of an official statement aching San Antonio today from Mexico City quoted General P. F.lias Calles. minister ol war ln the provisional government, as saying that "General of Division Pablo Gonzales la operating be tween Tampico and Monterey, working In conjunction with Gen. erals (ibuna Ouajirdn." With General Oonzalea were ar rested Generals Carlos Garcia and loaa K Santos, the consul said He added that a court martial for Immediate trial had been ordered. MKXK'O CITY. July IB. Gen eral Pablo Gonzales, former candi date for the prealdency and lirlga- uics i.fncr.tis t arloa llarcui and Jose oaruuu were captured near .Monterey this n.ot r.lng. according lo an an- I t'ounceincnt made bv partmtnt this evening the. war de-1 (tcnofal P. Bllaa Crillou secretarv I Of war. conferred tonicht ..,h nrcvl. swna: President de la Huorta. nrlor to issuing orden. relative to the trial of the officers. There H an unconfirmed report Mr tonight that General Pablo t Oonzalog 'has bren summarily court martialed at Monterey on charges Of rtballlon. It Is slated that the! war lepnrtment considers General ( Oennira as the IntaUaetural head of the recent revolts of Generals Carlo, Ozunn. Jesus Oualardo, Hlckardo I Oontalea and Ireno Vlllareal. RI0- kardo Oontalea, who Is reported to hav attaokad Nuevo T.aredo, Is said i met with repulse rind fled Women helped defend the city. V, s riARRIftON 18 Hi IVFOTtCED, AN A VTONIO, July 15. The CP. 1 ted 5'iotes armv garrison at Ii ledo is h-'i:i reinforced following recir.t of information ;if hostilities across the horder. it was announced St Smith . I . : ' V, .i.liiiio rteea today, Kour airplanes carrying bat- tie equlpminl was sent to Laredo to- "iv Mid 'he machine gun company of the .17th Infantry was ordered to "turn to Ijar.tlo. WARXRli (T TO SHOOT OVER VMFJUOAIf I. INK. WAftHIXOTi 'V. July IB. Poth sM's in tho disturbances In the vlrin. up nt Nuevo Laredo. Mexico, have been warned by American Consul Robertaon not to fhoot across the American horder. Tho consul re ported t trlo HtntR department to- Jay t ho t he hsd received a letter fran, tieneral Hlckardo Gonzales" a nephew nf Oaaeraj Gonzahs, stating tha' he had called tir the surrender ef Viievn Laredo und advising for eirners Including tne consul and ether Americana, to cross over to Amrican soil na a precaution for 1 ' consul served notice Immedi ate. v that the consulate must not disturbed and warned both lion " ard ihe commander of the da ' Huorta for-re that there must ho po shots fired into American terri tory JO u xn HORDER I.AHKno. Texas. July is. The tuatlon In N'uevo Laredo was o.ulel hut tense tonight with the where abouts of some 300 Mexican rebels h" attacked the town early today ' ONTINTFI) ON PAGF TIIII1TKKV New York Life Insurance Co. Farmer & Duran BPKCIAL agi.nts -"3 Paaaoa iidg. fttmm 31 Wire Flashes rUlhKT. July II, fWMl Klrnn of Han W.-HANTON, r, jiv H.. t-M,L S nulre 8'rcet. , .,, the army llane No. 1. en touts fr-m Mlnaola in Noma, ami kg, i forcea to land at Klratiutat. near here, this evening WASIHNITTON. Jly U.The I4lh ravelrj which ha been on duty on Ilia Mr.iean border fur eight years. Is lo ha reitcve.1 nd cm lo Kon tea Moirea Iowa, ll erne announced today at tha war department. OVtCAOO, July II -Jultua Ftosanwnld I'hI.ij- informed the Young Man a Chrlatlaa assorlslion that ha waa ready to Con tilbnie $!s.ooo to any city whlrh rald 1125.1100 f,,r erection of a V M. C. A. building for negro men and boya. I' A Ft IS, July 15 Thm rnndlllonn tM Vvn In tho not inl to ftfOtOOW by Vr in.r Movft nor;e r. .tive to n anniatlop. with I'ulxnd have b-m art .ptM by ((, Dviinnrix fuvernilint, accord I na to Spa aiapatt;.. to tlt Matin. LCiH ANO 111'.''. jiy uKlvn railroad, , .rivinra ir nnvinir miMM the I.vor art by particlpatlnc In lb iiwitrli. man m mriK .an' A D 1 1 . , wr MitanaaJ let-rlrtrlled body or John payer. iarelU er for w. P. llenly. a raca horaa fanrier nr.d owner of a tract of land from wlilrh tenants had been evicted, waa found yea tenlay by the roadalda near lirombar.e, near here LIMA. July It Latest reports finding their way through the Ilollvlan ecneor aliln atate the nrefect of l.a Pa. .1. legist ringleader of tho anil Peruvian ' riots log ine revolutionary oulble.ik In Holola Sunday nlghf. DIHMN, July 16. A patrol of five ronat-ihlea and a sergeant waa arnhuahed laat night in tho Adara dlatrlcl of Ooun 1 ty Limerick. One constable waa wounded 1 and died shortly afterwaid. but tne oth er agoapad uninjured, a'-cording to an ! offlclai report. I Antonio. Teas. who escaped from a burn. . Ing hoiel In the anti-Slav demonatratlnn here Tuesday, is an American aallor in I the uniform of a chief electrlilan and la I head of tho L la. navy cotnmuntcatlou Service In Trleet. i-IITfAOO, July 15 A grand jury to day returned two Indictments for murder against t'arl Wanderer, who confeaaad to killing hl wife and a atrauger whom he uaeo ua a nupe lo give an appearance of iwmfi , o liiill' irnrTiri wrre voiet sev eral flays ago but beld up pending furth er Investigation by police. DEMIKOM, Teias, July 1C Mrs. Ttnney Morris. It, who late yesterday ahot and killed Mrs. Lela Karr. who wrecked nor nomc. whs this afternoon bound over by the examining court to the grand Jury ln the aum of Ift.ooo. The tiagedy o-currlng UH lne main sireei or me city waa wll ty "cor"" ?"? washiniiton. I that .he ri,t4itianTWwiur:3K." Trf: , , H. ' t,,i fe-,-w chi. i...... v.j ,. til r.i n J I f i ; 1 1 1 ' uf the f ;i ruipi'- hi ho r J'"- 'ormer Chinese premier, had lrir-U .",'r'.'"r.," 'lands. f..B. Chang I. In, military i : ' Manchmla. hi c'hTS KitaVpSSif". on,..' espedlllon with a view to occupying Pekln until Oaaaral Tuan has been punlsbed. CMICAOO July 15 The Moscow manl esio roniaining ine principles or the natures of Nikolai Lentoi and Leon TrnoLv u- lni,li.., .a - i ' - I II ' I... . I ... . . dence in the trial of w. iiro.s Lloyd i labor raSS . .Krai oT wie. against the government. BERLIN, July 15 nr. Haniel von ' stayed to I'he last, but their rirganlr.a Halmhausen. under aecrctary of foreign lion has repudiated the movement, 'Vr.iT.V.ri: amalgamate and has en- gref of the Herman sovei inoenl at the In. cldent of yesterdsy when an unidentified person removed I tie Flench flag hoisted over the French embassy In honor of lUatllle day. CONSTANTINOPLE. July 14 Humors were In circulation after a cabinet moet lng held today that the sultan'a govern ment may sign the peace treaty If ihe Turka are given repreaentatlon In the Smyrna and Thrace governments estab lished by the Creeks, This was understood LjjX ,h" joim aamiuiatiauon waa THE WEATHER Tt'LSA. July 16 Maximum, (5: mini mum. II: south winds; clear. OKLAHOMA rnday and Saturday generally fair. ARKANSAS Prldar and Saturday psjtiy cloudy. KANSAS Somewhat cnsettlsd Friday and Haturday, not much change In temperature. Guild to Meet, The Trinity guild, composed of I women of tho Trinity Kplseopal ; ' ; meet at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon In the homo of Mlsa Isabel Frmda, lis Kast Fifth. t s--- . ' - - City Officials at All Suspended From Officers ' give i At'STIN, July 15. Te hoard of City commissioners, c.iiy a i li i ii oi. ; ,. ...,...,. i ,.f tha oilv of I Galveston were suspended from of- fi,.. ...,l.. 1.., tleu VV P. llolihv for alleged neglect of duty in connection with a prolonged stuko or coastwlsa dock workers. In a proclamation the governor declared these officials had "failed, refused and neglected to maintain order and preserve the i peace; and UUM their suspension ' was for the duration of martial law, which, became opeiatlve in modified form at Galveston June 7. Governor Hohhy'a proclamation followed an opinion hy Attorney General C. M. Cureton to Brig. Gen. J. F. Wolters, commander of state troops at Galveston, In which It was held that the governor hari constl- , tutlonal authority to suspend the city officials. General Wolters made i a personal report on the Galvegton I , situation to the attorney general yeg I terday. The nature of tho report 1 was not made public. in his proclamation Governor Hobby aaid Galveston officials have, ,-,ao "no attempt to prevent anil 1 "48" conventions; ENDS IN WRANGLE ordered Deported Adjourn Without Decision on Naming Presiden tial Ticket. MAY MEET LATER ON Resolution Permits of Calling Another (lathering Turn Out Lights at Hall. WRECK IS BLAMED ON LABOR ant Says Personal Envoy of Senator LaFollettc. CHICAGO, July 5. Mombors of the committee of 48, who yesterday I bolted tho fusion movement of the farmer-labor purty, tonight, niter a dav of futile wrangling, adjourned with no arrant' in. nt,s niado to put a separate presidential ticket In tho field. Adjournment WU nken over pro tects of a minority group, and waj only accomplished when tha c.om mittee leadern turned out tho light and ordered tho owners to clear tiit hall. Prior to adjournment, the lenders presented a report providing fur the continuation ol the organization in each Mate. The report won adopted. jit Irwki-K 11 provision for a national ti( k( but duos, provide that another national convention may bo called at soma future date. Parlay p. Chriatenaan of fbit i-aJto City, presidential nominee nf the fajrimaT-labor party, t!u-ew the dy ing convention into an uproar by .sending it a maaaaara charactej-lzinis its aotiona o Hfoouah.'f "licgardless of the action taken at this maatlnc howavar. foolish." Kirty and will cntinu in tho nice." Throe mlnaritv frmint nrlt'lrinllv '"'!'"; ",,s,i'n .mov"Tnt pr represented In today s meeting, Hesidaa a part of the tk'etM, leaders !0f the world war veterans and peo- l"do's p-irtv J, .Inert the lo R. Of all the cr'innfi which Inlnsrl the new Par'y convention Tueday only f,nM W-1 1 , e I lu, H..r I : . f in the farmer labor ranks, and that I to th" '""ner-lnbor. the dominant amalgamation. Mem-! Ders of tlie non partisan Ieagur ""'nun c moor it'MM-ri m. jji rm lette for pregldcnt. The sinrle tax party, the first to withdraw, nominated its own ticket Tuesday nlcrht and adopted a 40 word single tax platform. The fusion movement, "4R" speak ers today declared, waa wrecked by What Gilbert K. floe, Lai FVillette's personal representntl ve, oharacter- ized the Intolerance' of the labor party leader. rvix may ACDRBM soonkiw Baa Lafaratte orier a special Train for speaking; Ilalen. MI'SKiKl Ml OUl.i. Julv IB. The democrats of Oklahoma want I i Governor Cox of Ohio, democratic presidential nominee, to make four speeches In the state. Hen Lafayette, chairman of the state central com ' mlttee. wired Cox offering to furnish a special train to carry him through the state if ho would come to Okla-: homa this fill Thoy propose that he speak at Oklahoma City, Musko-' gee, Tu laa and Knld. . - . .. - - - -a Galveston suppress tho riots that occurred In unionmii hi ii, ,,i i eei miiij appri'iieau Iho oeeHoriM u-V.,, aovoeo.l i, o A ...-. I urlpaied thoioln, neither did tin; nut dowo the Irislirreet ion tho ...other .in IV,,.., Insurrection that existed nor would they attempt to do so These officials, the proclamation continued, "neglected to pi V. citizens of this state In their gtitutiotial right to encaire in law ful occupation, that is tho loading and unloading of vessels at tl,. docks." thus making It impossible; for vessels to be loaded, although "plenty of men were willing to work provided they were protected from physical violence." The dock workers went on strike at Galveston In early March and June 7 the city was placed Under partial martial law. Five hundred Texas national SUSrdemen wore ..n duly in the raty, tut ivll auihorltus were permitted exer.lsK th. ii i functions until today. The officials suspended today are Mayor H. O. I sapplngton, four clt y commissioners. ' Ihe city attorney ami the .nitre no Ilea force from chief ,1,.un 1 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, WABniNOTON, Jul i. ,i.m M. (.iiens dopoart prmlrtrnl f iioiivia ui, a nntnbtr of i iu- tatCfra mill oilier officials, of tlio oii'iihrosri government, vtisro (r. portrd ytaatrrdai in ill, m w rv glim-, the Mala doMltlWlM as in- formeti loda) in thr ftrtM dispatch ft'itn I he Anierlctan li gation nt Im pa rdnorj Hie ri'Mdiiiion. I Tgia (llarmtoti reported thai v I Hiial drown. Ann vktata con.nl at i n 111.. American trade ontnmlaa slciner Hcftarta ami otltar repra armtailrea of the dlnlomatlo and consul. ir corps at i In. Kolulnn ca Ital, Imtl I. It tu,. oft) vtltli the former president . The deposed preaidenl with the memlH rs of his ,,fri,-tal ranii. tii4 d Una tori itnted, wen- aent to Arica. a Chilean port, trrtara u is prfjajurrird i- win lake paaaaan on anme ess,. oalllna: at the port. Peer rn ns to his deportation fiuetra imtl hern ii ntftaaee in the nier taan legation Detpartnee of the American s.hmiI ami trade com. mtaatoner and other dlpromatlc ami eotnanlar nffMala wiili t.nrr. r was not etplnliiKl In the inhle. gmm. hut officials Inro mo I, I the former president was ranoeted from the ooantry and in- eama to tin hnrm. RAILROADS TOLD TO PROVIDE CARS Warning That Fines Will Be Imposed Is Issued by Walker. STILL HAVE AUTHORITY State Corporation Chairman Insists New Law Leaves Powers to States. OKLAHOMA CITY, July IS A demand for more adequate service , from railroads In moving the Okla-' homa wheat crop, with warning that fines provided by law will be. Imposed ln cane of failure, was r.on-; talnod In letters sent late today to! managing officials of all railroads "I"'rft"ng ln Ciklnhoma by A. L. Walker, chairman of tho slat., cor poration OOmmlaUon, ' The people have suffered long and patiently on account of the failure of aervlcc on your lines." the letters stated, "and It Is now high time for railroad managements to display some of Ihe efficiency of which they claim they were deprived during federal control. "We do not mean that your com panies win be required to do. the Impoeeible, .hut we have been unable to escape the conclusion that a large part of the trouble which your com panies are claiming as Justification for poor service epilogs moro from OOSTTNXTKD ON PAOB THIRTEEN UADniiir ucadc amtpc nnnilliU IlLnrtO nil 1 1 O Nomine rfotgflai Asesaiadiin Will Grant Id. -nine, la Not I'aillsan, Ho Announce ,. WASHINGTON, July 15. Sena tor Harding has notified the na- ,1"nal assoeiatlun opposed to ma" siirrnRo that h K've a hearing lo those opposed to woman sufrago." Tho republican nominee. In a letter to Mrs. Horace win read v Iltoek mads public tonight by Ihe organization, declared he "did not mean to he a candidate who Is tho partisan of any particular group In American activities " senator added that he would suggestions of the antl -suf fragist, "thoughtful consideration." ln making public his letter. Miss rr., ' 1 G. hilhre.ith, president of tho "oeoei.-mnn, cnargeu tn.it represen ,a"ve of 'he organization were dls criminated against it the deniocra tic national convention. ARKANSAS NEGROES ESCAPE ,!"ln Kr IVeeies to Wait ami Illacks Slake ietawuy. conn nr. i vr uias ...... .a Effort to capture six Arkansas con vlcts who yesterday attacked their guard. Walter c.wen, a white man, wi.iio worsing on a roa.i just sotitri ..I Hen na iiiuj p.. pe,i at ine iviissis sipp: river, lonignt nau met witfi no. success. Severe rain and electrical storms last night drove the posses "f Arkansas and Mississippi officers and eitiaans to shelter, and It Is be lb v. d the negroes fled into the ho'- tome outside the levee Hloodhoiinda were unable to pick up the trail The condition of ' owen tonight was reported critical. u... - unaalal o-l.leul . FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1920 resolute leads but FORCED OUT Mishap to Rigging Puts British Challenger in First Place. DEFENDER GAINS FAST Widens Margin Between Con tenders When She Is Com pelled to Withdraw. RUN NEXT ON SATURDAY Americans Must Win Three Out of Four Runs to Keep Cup Over Here. Not His Way to Win Sir Thomas Slates Hy wlralaaa, ABOAJU) fJTBAM IACHT VH-'TollIA, July i r, Kir Thorn ft UptsW, owner of the chal lenger, declared thai while tech M olly he won the first raoa ho doai not want that kind of vic tory. ' It la not. Tom Upton's way," he declared, A Victory that was not earned Is the way Mir Thomas, Upton, OWdor of the challenger, mim nied up today's race, "1 am exceedingly sorry Chut Shamrock won through a fluke, ' he wild, and I would much pre fci not i,, a i eepl the n, ,.. am oonvlnead by my friends, imw- evar, that SUOll it comae would mil he fui Ihe I. eal lnleientH of yachting, and that It would tend to set a precedent where try a premium could he plaoed on faulty i,r slight conslriictlnn." Hlr Thomaa viewed Ihe race rrom the steam yacht victmia nhartered by him for the occasion lie was a host to mora than a hundred guests A.s an Indication of tho popularity of iho Urlthm. sportsman, na was time umi Main called to the rail to ne knowledge choirs and greetings from excursion ,atg ttn(1 (),m,r whttaalnfl ciafts. Ha waa (hatllng with guesls when Ihe accident to the de fender occurred. H aliititlon Was called to It hill he i.nly rS marked In an anxious voice Walt a moment, I don'l be lieve It im lertOUS." When hiw ever. Shamrock cretit up n.l passe, Ihe disabled Itesolule. he turned ,,d said: "J ln K,ry; ' ' tllal they tould fiv II ' ,,1K" " Vlclury HI,,. When It , ,,inte,i out to him that It was a 'ortune of contort and that prer.-deni other sport, dictated that a con lastanl must take into oonaldera- wan pwinte accidents, he n- as I .i '"" ,ht loin Llptnn's way," Is not I tie victory gave him no feel Ing of exultation. SANIiy lltllllv' T..I.. n , - , .uii id uraa '.o.in aine. i ncr first toe hold ln ! years on the Americas cup today Ho when Hlr Thomas Uptons challen ger. Shamrock IV, won the first roe,, of the 1920 reggtlu after Ihe defend er ltesolute had been forced out of mis running ny an acplent tr, her rigging. The green challenger mo.t ,im two mote races out of a possible 1 - ' nun ii one is to as. hl"1'' Plr Thomag Upton's dream of the bottomless pew ter trophy bck t0 riritnln. Ilesolue ,ni,Ht win must win ,,,, . .Bui "t rour to retain tl, which has bee,, , possess,.,,, f the Thr-KPronl rare will MtRrt at nr.i I Sal uf day. Kharnroi'k Iv'g vlrtnry loday wan won In tho far of wh.if hi Hfnifril cnrf.'iln .1 1 , i i ( i k . . - i. the lea l at the alar, and h.M held It by until, as ' w r widening maigln she swooped within half a mile of the turning mark 15 miles from the start, spectators on Ihe great fleet of pleasure crafts saw her great area "'.VIIM til (IN PAOK TWO. GET L0AN FUND BLANKS Applications f.,r Slate , will lw Mnilc Available .Next Wivk. OKI.AIIOMA CITY. July 16. Application blanks to be used In nekliig aid from the mate home loan fui.'l, hlch lii-cam. avall-ihls Jul, w ha aont ut wuhf A. S . Shaw, secretary of the commls Stone ra ol the stale land office, said lu!" today. County boards are complete In nearly two-thirds of 'lie counties, ready to pass, upon applications fori loans, Mr Shaw said. Since there Is no compensation provided for members of tho boards, there has' been difficulty In getting suitable persons to serve, Shaw said. I Wins First Tlie. ShamriK'k IV; her owner, Thomas Llpton; hdf sklpM-r, Capt. W. P. Bmrioa (alsive), jumI her navlgiuor, t 'liuuln A. III. I. in n, Tho .Shamrock won the first Inlet national yacht race yesterday when the Reaolute, the American defender, niel with on acoldant, COX IS PLANNING HARDING HAS NO DRY LAW SILENCE 3RD PARTY FEARS Governor Not to cuss Prohibition Notification. Dis- at LEAVES FOR CAPITAL, Nominee Departs for Wash- iiiKton Today to Hold Con ference With Wilson. COM 'MUCH. Ohio, July 15. Gov. James M. Cox, democratic pros), dentlal norelnt e. spent sIOOi of today attandlAS to executive duties at Iho atatehOUM preparatory lo hla de paitura tomorrow for Washington where he will confer Sunday with Cn sol. i.i Wilson, prior In his leav ing, late In ihe afternoon, Ihe gov ernor will recaiVI eight leaders of the national w ofnaii m parly, who are to present arguments that he arks Iho 'l""es logusatur u ""entateiy the r eden .CONTINL'KIl ON PAOI ' "" wwwrw -i'iii'iii ' II.M. IM' N I'A G I ; Tl HT I. N ' - M 0C TACT C WfTinFri Former 1'rie.l. lout's DaaTMaf He. lollies f of nlr I 'is if .nsor Only lailillv Attends. MONTKKF. V, Ohio, July 15. Miss Helen Taft, daughter of for mer Presides,! and Mrs Taft, and preaJdMt ,r Bryn Mawr oollaaa to day becumo iho wlfo of Frederick Johnson m inning Instructor in hlgtory at Yale university. The ceremony took place In I'nlon church at Murray hay Tho bride,! who was given away by her father. worn a t"Wn of white taffeta, trimmed with old Hi ussels lace She larrlerl ;1 hououet of whit.. sweet pens. ., gift f,, .i, urium ami white roses , Miss FdlHi Morgan of New York was maid of honor and the only st- tendant. Tho brides train was borne hy Masters William II Tafi and Robert Taft, nephews of the bride. Others attending the core-j tnony were the brides mother and Mrs Itohcrt Tafi. The ceremonv was perform. e: v... Rev. Dr. Herbert Symonds of Christ church cathedral, Montreal, I 20 PACKS. by a Scratch Nominee Does Not Think Inroads Will He Made on Republicans. WORKING ON SPEECH Expects to Complete 'Accep- tance' Address Today Notification Is Week. Off. MARION O.. July 1 5. I'erfeet confidence that tho third party movement will makS no serious In roads on republici'ii strength was expressed toduy by Senator Harding, the republican candldato for presi dent. Taking public notice of the third party corivontlon at i'IHiuko, Ihe candidate Indicated 1 1- e outcome would In no way effect hla cam- I -ll I g II 11. HO ,,. de. i.iiiiI !,' fi nli , ,,.a piuiform wan broad and pro. eresslve anonvl. lo in,,li, a lrlria appeal lo lbs farmer, labor and el isaes winch the new party is seeking t0 bring utid'T Its banners. Us expressed gratification that .Senator IaFoliette h,,, do., 'nod in be the candidate of the third party. land added that he believed "few republicans are Interested In tho j third party movement." Senator Harding's comment waa made during a pause in a haul day's work on his speech of acceptance, which Is to he delivered a week from today at the formal notification cere. O fNTlKUBD ' N PAOR THIRTEEN FIND INTOXICATING TABLET " ' "iiHl.li orriixm Are Inventlgnt- ing Nl-W CofKMK'llon. PORT SMITH, Ark., July 18.. ''"leral officers sire liivesUglUlng alo by drugglsta of a patented tab. let. alleged to b intoxlca.tlr. a. a result of protest filed by parents of young men and women following .several escapades recently brought to ' light nere. I The drug's container merely bears' the direction that "a dose Is onu or j two tablets. Affidavits declare the; tul.iri .ahan ,n.-.,i, . .,., I drinks, produce mild Intoxication! followed by stupor. PRICE 5 CENTS. READY TO COMPLY WITH COAL TERMS Unconditional Acceptance to. Be Made Today at Spa. ULTIMATUM SERVED Cabinet Maken Counter Offer but It Is Rejected and Reply In Dermanded. CLOSE AGREEMENT TODAY As Cood as Made Teuton Min isters Indicate After Get ting New Note. ny Tha Aaaeelsted rreaav SPA, July 15. The German min isters are disposed to accept tha note of the allies and to answer In the affirmative tomorrow without quel Ifleallon. A formal decision will be taken In the cabinet council ln the morning, hut the attitude of the ministers tonight Is that the agree- ment la aa gno.l aa made. This also la tha view of Premier Mlllerantl. Or. Simons, the German foreign secretary, said ho had an hour'a con versation with Premiers Mlll'rand and Lloyd George, In which they dis cussed the essentials of tha allied reply, tho text of which will be de livered later. Doctor fllmona waa measurably reconciled to the allies' solution. Tension is greatly relaxed at German hen. I. manors. Premier Lloyd George seemed to be ffl good snlrlLs ihls nvsalns. loif when asked hy a correspondent whether he though tho Germans would accept, said: "I cannot aay. .r Simons la o penaoetahl- nent, but he has lnaatlabla men with him. Must Meet rtrmantls. The pi.,t. ..ol which tho Germane will be unite I lo sign tomorrow nrn- vldes thai tiny must furnish 2.0011 00(1 tons of I o.onthlu If hv October 15. 1020. thnv ' h nil furnished fi. 000. 000 tha .,,. will occupy the llulir, A treaty price will be paid for the coal, plus five marks gold por ton aa a pre mium for screening Into different grades .which premium will be ap plted to the purchase of foodstuffs. The reply which waa agreed upon Ihls afternoon la virtually an u, latum and the Germane must reply "yes" or "no" by 11 o'clook tomorrow morning as to whether they will deliver 1,000,000 tons of ' "al monthly. Germany early today notified the allies that the cabinet had agreed to thct original allied demanda tor tho delivery of 3,000,000 tona of coal monthly under three essential condi tions and other minor conditions. She also aUpulated that aha must receive raw materlala. lat-ruians BB Arvcpt. The German acceptance was em bodied In a note which was laid 1m,. fore thu allied premiers this noaa hy Premier Lloyd George Tha aa. senllal conditions named wera these; "1. The German government to I,.... the distribution of the Slleslnn coal orbe allotted 1, GOO, 000 tona monthly for northern tiermanv la. st.ad of the proacnt allotment' of i.juu.uuo tona. "2. A mixed ,,.,,.. i.uinn . - a. sent to Bsssn to examine food and Housing conditions. ' 3. The allies are asked to ad vance money or provide credit for Importing additional food for the enllre German population. Foreign Minister Simons ent word ' ' !'"' I.ioyd Geo, y ,..f,,, ,. .), allied representatives mft today that Germany would accede to the allied demand and that a written note VOUld he forwarded Immediately, l ie foreign minister said ho wished to prevent the allies from forward ing the proposed ultimatum to Ger many. MEMPHIS FIREMEN "STRIKE" Walk On, When Salary IX niands Are U. J. i't.il oluni.s iM . MK.MPHIS, Tenn., July 15 With lime turned backward Ho yours ua lo the day when leading cltlaena formed tho fighting forces, this city e.ntera on a first night with a volun. teer flro department on duty. The departure of practically .-very mem ber of tho fire fighters union at noon today In accordance with the I'cstgnatfoun preacnled Tuesday, saw hankers, lawyers, manufacturers, former army officers and men of other ranks of life slop Into their places. No disorder of any gort marked the exit of tho firemen from the city station houses.