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VOL. XIV, NO. 327 TULSA, OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1920 18 PAGES PRICE 5 CENTS. TENNE R. mm mm mm mm EE MAY NULLIFY RATIFICATION COX REITERATES CHARGE ON FUND Avers Selfish Interests Will Pool 15 Million for Republicans. AGAIN ASKS FOR PACT il It Is Necessary. He Says, to .recp rami wwi uoys iw pied in World War. STARTS WEST ON SEPT. 1 Tour Calls for Speech in Each State West of Mississippi; Pat Harrison Talks. i SOUTH HKND, Ind., Aug. 19. Charges that at least J15.000.000 U being contributed to the republican campaign fund by selfish Interests were made today by Governor Co, democratic presidential candidate. In the course of two addresses opening the Indiana democratic campaign. "That Is Its low mark," he said, "and the sky apparently Is tho limit. In Ohio, 1500,000 was .raised In tho twinkling of an eye: They havo sub divided America into seven districts nr... Infln-ntl.1 ... n n rnnPA.Anttnff RPlf. If ish and greedy interests are pausing i tho hat. They are trying to buy a governmental "underhold," It Is a mere bagatelle with what the con tributors expect to get back." pleads For League. Pleaa for the league of nations, denunciations of what ho said was tho republican plan for a separate peacjo with Germany, promises of Ux reductions and problems of tho high cost of living wero other featumr-of "tlovcrnnr Cox's addresses. Ho spoke to a crowd of several thou sand today on tho courthouse square, attended a banquet of tfhj Indiana democratic editors' association, and addressed another large crowd to night In the coliseum. With republican campaign funds a special object of tho governor's attack, ha declared Wall street Inter ests wero planning to "cmanculate the federal reserve act. In ovent of a republican victory, by providing that bankers only shall bo eligible to federal reserve board membership, to secure power ovor credits and in terest ratiH. Governor Cox also urged federal regulation of packers and other cold storage concerns with time limits for storage of foodstuffs. Dlscukscs Pacr. To the editors In his audience, compriblng about 500, Governor Cox gave his views on the print paper situation, urging an "Independent pres." GoXcrnor Cox Bald Senator .V Harding's was a "dangerous pro i tuXposal" suggesting control of papers IcouiW tno "senate oligarchy. nnessees ratification or me , suffrage amendment brought the candidate, in his advocacy leacuc. tho statement that 'war Is more Impossible today than li ""-.SBiTcnri 'If" Swoman 'in-onltfom .li'ltlnf the vf yesterday." Ilccaiise. thank God," ho said, "tho mothers of America have a voice now In saying when war shall or shall-not be. Praising women ns "progressive. Intuitive and patriotic," Govornor Cox continued! "I think they aro going to help things. Their mother lnstlnctis go ing to stay flie hand of war and that In Itself Is sufficient to justify the cauie of'woman suffrage." The league, Governor Cox de clared. Is necessary, "to keep faith with; tho boya. who died In France," CONTINUED ON 1VMIH TWBI.VK S. M. ROOSEVELT DEAD ArtUt nnd Second Cousin of Famous "Todd)" Taken Suddenly In Clubj Wuh Decorated hy Trench. NEW YORK, Aug. 10. Samuel Montgomery Roosevelt, artist and portrait painter and second cousin of tho late Col. Theodore Roosevelt, dropped dead In tho Knickerbocker dub tonight. Mr. Roosevelt was horn In New York July 20, 1863, and studied In Purls under Laurens and Constant. His works were exhibited In flio Paris salon In 1910, and he was dec orated by the French government In 1911. 'Somo of. his paintings nro "Medita tion." "Winter," 'Tho Kirefly." "A Samoa Olrl," "Tho IUths of Diana t Nlmes," and "The Anarchist." New York Life Insurance Co. Farmer & Daran SPKCIAh AttKNTS 203 Palace Mdg. Plume 151 Islaiids Swept by Big Floods; Residents Die HONOLULU, Aug. 19.--Tremendous flooiln aro sweeping por Uorm of thn Islands of Kyushu anil Hhlkoktl. southwest of Hon shu, the principal island of thn Jnpnneso group, overwhelming townw nnd villages, with nn otior moiiH lofui of life reported, ac cording to cnhlo advices to Nlppu J1JI, Japanceo languago newspa per here. BRYAN'S. SUPPORT IS N0TF0R COX Denies He Is ConteniDlat- ing Active Work for Democrat Nominee. WANTS LIQUOR VIEWS Takes No Part in Campaign Because Candidates' Stanl8 Are Not Favorable. I OKLAHOMA CITY. Aug. 19. William Jennings Hryan is not con templating actlvo support of Gov ernor cox. democratic presidential candidate. In tho coming campaign, according to lils statement to Jqseph Pholan. oil examiner for tno United States shlpplng.board, who rode with Mr. Hryan on the train from Pureed, Okla., and repeated tho statement here tonight. Mr. Hryan remained on tho train. nfter speaking In Purcell today, but it was not Known wncro no was coins. Mr. I'helan declared Mr. Hryan said ho would not tako a leading part in tho campaign unless tne re publican tind- democratic candidates expressed themselves "favorably" on the prohibition question. Mr. JJrynn said, according to Mr. I'helan. that prohibition was tne greatest (jura tion 1" be campaign and that wo men wero not satisfied with the stand of the candidates "Harding nnd Cox cannot lay Just claim to the women's votes un lew) they tako a moro doftnlto stand on prohibition' Mr. Phol.ui quoted Mr. Itryan as saying. Mr. Hryan pre. dieted tho democratic campaign would force Senator Harding, repub- llean nominee, to "take tho stump in his own behalf, Mr. rholan con cluded. Wire Flashes I. A ni'.nO. Tint, Auk. The rontonn brldire ecroea the lllo Oranne here, dm- Ent Monday by hlsh wter. h been re paired. NIJW YOHK, Au. ricke.1 up at ea unconecioue In an open dory utter llv ln for If daya on aeaweed, two fluher men were brought Into port today by the American aleamer Maiama from London. TOTRAU. Okla.. Aus. 13. Edward War rlnc waa found rullty of rnurderlns Mm wife by the Jury Ihle raorntnif after belne; out one hour and 60 mtnutea andlied the penalty at life litiprtaonment. lini.r.NA. Mont.. Aue. 19 Hrsnklln D. nooierelt, democralla tee-preelrlentUI nominee, today wound up hla whirlwind tour of Montana and left for, the Pacific coaet. I.OH ANOEI.ES, Cal,. Aue. U Ellen llmch Taw. Californiaa famoua coloratura eoprano, who la known the -eorjd over, ha announced her engagement to Charlca Cannon, prominent New York rnuilclan. WAHHINOTON, Aur. II. There waa no chanre In the seneral averace of prlcea of 31 principal fond enmmodltlte from June It to July It, the bureau of labor atatlitlca announced thle afternoon. NEW TOrtK, Aur. 1. Erwln II. Derg doll of Philadelphia hae been found guilty of dcarrllon from the army by evading the draft and eentrnccl to four yeara hard labor at Fort Leavenworth. It waa announced today at Oovernora laland. MUHKEOO.V. Mich.. Aug. t four more men Injured yeeterday In an ea ploalon In the rubber department of the Ilrunewlck-Ilalka Collender company plant, died Oils morning, bringing the number of dead to aeven. Three other may die. NAM DIKOO. Cal., Aug. t. Capt. Leigh t Palmer. V. S. N . chief of the bureau of navigation during the world war. ten dered hla rcelgnatlon which has been ac cepted by Hecrctary Uanlela. It became known hre today. No reaaon for hla action waa announced PES MOINES. Iowa. Aug. U. United Stalee Senator A. It. Cummfni li aufferlng from a mild attack of Influenia, and while hie phjydclan thaa ordered him to remain In bed and that no vliltora be admitted to hla room, membera of the family aald today hli rapid recovery ira eipected. Al'STlN. Tel.. Aug II. C. W. Taylor, aaetatant attorney general of Teiaa, will leave tonight for Wichita Falli, where on Saturday taking of teallmony to be uaed In tht preliminary hearing of the Teiaa. Oklahoma boundary ca by tba United Btaira lupremt court will be reaumcd. . WASlilNOTON, Aug. !. Deelelon on She appllcallona of ( (treat Lakea coaat Viae and gulf ateamahlp line for In. erened frelcht ratea.la expected to be made by the hlpplnt board befor,e the advanced ratea granted by the 1. C. C to coaiial llnea under lla Jurladlctlon be come effective a week from today. LITTLE P.OCK, Ark., Aug. With a probable aaceptlon aa to ratea on. ruad maierlala. the Arkaneaa corporllon com- mlaalon at the conclualon of a hearing here today announced that It would allow an lucreaae In freight ratea to conform with Internet ratea allowed by a reient order ct the I. C, li ROLE OFFENSIVE REPULSES SOVIET Drive in Full" Swing; 10,000 Men Are Taken From Reds. CLEAR WARSAW SECTOR Bolshcviki Being Driven From Before Capital ; Confusion Created for Invaders. POLES NEAR OBJECTIVE Attainment of Course of Mid dle Bug River May Result in Surrounding Army. WAItSAW, Aug. 19. Tho Fnlleh offensive Is now in full swing. Moro than 10,000 prisoners. .10 cannon, 300 mnchlno puns and thousands of sup ply carts havo been captured from tho bolshevikl. Tho Pnlen have occupied l'loni"k, Pultusk and Wyskow, through which tho reds drove In their sweep to ward tho capital. Owing to tho Polish pressure 'rora the northeast It Is reported that the bolshevlki nro withdrawing their forces which reached the Vln ula, south of tho Prussian border and to tho northwest of Warsaw. Tho Warsaw sector Is rapidly be ing cleared of tho bolshlvlkl. North and northeast of tho capital the red aro -being shoved back by Him Poles, who aro following them up ull along the -front, using artillery In such quantities ns to causo great contu sion among tho Invaders, who arc now on tho run. To tho east the bolshevikl arc re ported to b making their way across ,un It,,.- nl t-nrlniia nntntR. ftledleco was taken by the Poles early Wednesday. n. Tit. AuAfl.tNl I'rNL PAIUH, Aug. 19. Polish forces aro advancing witn iinmminisnca speed along tho lino running north of Warsaw to Wlodawa, about 110 miles southeast of Warsaw. Prln clpal Interest, however, attaches to tho maneuvers of General Pllsudskl's forccM. Massed reserves which ho had concentrated nt Iviuigorod, southeast of the, capital nave ad vanced Hixty miles In threo days and affected a Junction with another army operating from Cholmu. United theso armies nre wiinin is muca ot tho strongly fortified Hrest-I.ltovsk, 120 mllOM east of Warsaw. Tho Initial tactical aim of this maneuver s.y military expert, Is already moro than attained, as the left wlngof tho bol shevlki army, based on Hrest-Lltovsk has become separated; tho red center being brought beforo the forts of Warsaw, nnd on thn right they aro reported In a critical condition. .May Mock Ht-iU. According to the latest news tho Poles havo almost reached their next objective tho course of tho mlddlo Hug below Hrestl.ltovfik. Oncfr this Is attained, It Is lurfloved tho retreat of tho bolshevlki, concentrated in the Kiedlero region, will bo cut off CONT1NU1U) ON l'AUK TWELVE UNION DEPOT FOR 0. C. Suricjorn nnd i:nginefrn Ilcgln To. day on Plans for Iliinclng All lUllronds to Central Terminal. OKItAHOMA CITY, Aug. 19. Surveyors nnd engineers of rall roads entering Oklahoma City to morrow morning will begin prelim inary surveys and tho working qui of tentatlvo plans for n union pas senger station In Oklahoma City. Members of the city planning com mission nnd railroad officials con ferred today at tho offli'o of A. I Thompson, chief engineer for the stata norporatinn commitaion, nnd agreed on a location for tho pro posed station. Plans submitted by certain of the railroads for a station wero opposed In tho conferenco becauso they wero said to not eliminate grade crossings In tho city. Tho tentative plans pro vide for merging of tho tracks of different railroads sy that all may enter tho pity over specified routes ana in tome casr on viauucis.e Tillman County Bonds Approved at Capital OKLAHOMA CITY. Aus. 1?. Bonds totalling (125,000 for tho construction of a new Tillman coun ty court house at Frederick woro approved lato today by landell 8. Cobb, assistant to tho attorney gen eral. The bonds wero voted April 7. Standard Raises Price of Export Petroleums NUV YORK, Aug. 19. The Standard Oil company of Now York .It... ....4 lh. nvtnn tit a.nnrt .a. km! At, 1 .., n naltnn innlrlnff standard whito 24 V cents and wuttr white 25 cents. Plan of Peace by Bolshcviki Gets' Rejected My The .Waorlatr.! rrr. I)NUO.. Aug. 19. Tho Polish delegates at the Minsk conference have rcfusod to accept a peace condition advanced by tho sovlot for the disarmament of tho Polish Army linle.H tho ltuxslans them selves disarm, says a wlrnlesH dispatch from Herlln quoting a report received from Minsk. WATSON CANCELS SPEAKING DATES Senate Aspirant Who Was Jailed Wednesday to Rest for Week. IS RELEASED ON BOND Puts Up .$500 and Departs for Home; Issues Statement; Makes an pology. llin'ORD. On.. Aug 19. Thomas K, AVatson, a cindldtto fo' thn dem ocratic nomination for th I'nited StateH senate, who spent last night In Jail hero nfter being at rested fol lowing a disturbance In a local ho tel left for his home In Thomson to day. Hand of $500 for Wutnnn nnd of 11,000 for U. H. Miller, who was ar rested with him, was mndo today and both wero rn'eased from Jail which Watson had'refused to leave last night. The wam.nts wero mado returnahio In city .court hero Au gust 26. 4 l iquor Pound. Sheriff .1 II. Khadburn stated to- nleht no formal chnmcM had bean lodged ngalntt Watson as tho result of the alleged flndli.g of n bottle containing u small uuantlty of llqunr in wntson s room Tho sheriff said ho had the bottle In his possession Ho did not say what step If any would bo taken, regarding this fea ture of tho case. Watson cancelled his sptaklng en gagement for a week and was ex pected to reat dnrlnshat time. Ho Issued n lengthy rtatemcnt today aifulogliing for the use of "rough language" in the presence of tho pro prletrcsH of tho h1'?!, but asserted thero was no cause f jr bis arrost. MANY BODIES ARRIVE Remains of 1(1 Soldier Who Hied OttTNOiM Aro I (evolved nt Camp l'lkc, Ark. LITTLn ROCK. Ark.. Aug. 19. Slxten- bodies of soldiers who died nversiiiH a- 'ved today at Camp Plko from Hoboken, N. J. Seven aro bodies of Arkansas soldiers who wero burled In Franco Their names follow: Pcto Alexander, Company A, 139th Infantry, Kort Hmlth- II. n. 'Ward, Company L, 107th Infantry. Fayette vllle; Cloy F. Hall, company E, 329th Infanthy, Rlson; J. H. Ocorge, Company I., 330th Infantry, nt Francis; Charles F. McKlnney, In fantry. I Newark) Charles K. Peak. Comrany C, 50th Infantry. Augusta, ltentnni L. E. Edwardi, Company R, 329th infantry. Clarsvllle. FEAR P0ST0FFICE LOCKOUT Profldcnt Wlb-on Askod To Intervrno In St. IoiiIn Trouble. WASHINOTON. Aug. 19. An ap peal tj President Wilson to Inter vene and prevent a "threatened lockout" of 300 employes of the St. Louis postofflco was made In a tele gram received todayHt tho white house from Thomas F. Flaherty, secretary-treasurer of tho national fed eration of postal clerks. The tele gram declared Postmaster Colin Selph was attempting to dominate elections of the St. Louis local and asked that conciliators not connected with tho postofflco department be sent there to adjust tho differences. THE WEATHER TVUtA, Auc 19 Milmum 03' minimum 63. ruth; rrtlr rlondy PKUIIOMt CrM.J pruMilr Ivtl ihnn, enoirr lo DerUiifet prtlea, SAtttftUr preaeblf local ihoefri. eeolfr H cut end null ptrtlotu ADKA.MIA t'rtfir nd S.turdir robiblr til IwM shoetn. Kansas- rridir veroint. prohibit fol mi by tletrlmi cooler In em M Berth retiUel portloM, BtlurtU; fl lla mfrkriU ttmrfttijre. Real Rfpert. OKLAHOMt riTT, Aui in - Altui. rn-Mt; Aire. nwl.lr: BlirkerU. fe.tr. OirrrtM. mMt, Cblrkiii. miidh, Ctevelend. ml. Kodie Our, Kia., rrmMi. Tort smlUi, Ark., fair, eiush In poU; Geirr, ntuUn HoUrt, rmjttfy; llnlilnTllle. fair; rouxh la plirei: lli'ie nnd. reuch In tltft; Hrare. nivVli Idahrl food; Klnefliiher, fond; Uvtent, mud-lrt tlrAlreier, ennd thoncn duAr; okuhome Mtr, ejjtri raoct otr. reiilh, MUml. rood; Nnklrk. co,4i NUm, Kan., irrr cond; Vatrvl, esrellrnt; hircetl food; knn. muddr; Sapulpa. nreltrnti Taloca, vtry innil; L'olna ntr. miidtii tvaurlka, muHj; Vrlfhlla, Kan, f.ri; Wilier, md. . Tlday'l let 1 1 tiiatl. tit; mmmllon mtnlrj lluiitrjptl baUtloc 10 a n rhamtHf of tamatnt lonrbenA. Ktnnftlr re,' taurant 19 13 prnwratle counlf rentral eoniiUtei Bitetlrr. eupuU cwiruwoi tc twutjr mmbvut, 3 p. a. HARDING SPURNS (J. S. AUTOCRACY Demands End of Personal Government Reared in Democracy's Name. - SUPPORTS THE SENATE Prefers Senators' Counsel to That of Political Bosses Ho Says in Address, FOR GOVERNMENT BY LAW Opposed to Operating Country by Man's Authority; Pays Tribute to House. MARION. Ohio, Aug. 19, Reaf firming his fnlth In "party sponsor ship In government," Senator Hard ing said In a speech hern today that hit democratic critic were entirely rorrect In supposing that If elected president ho would "permit the sen nto to have somo say in determin ing thn policy of tho government." "Tho senate saved American na tionality In 1919 and 1920," snld the republican nominee, "when the executive proQosed to surrender It. If a republican administration Is chosen next November you can be very eertnln that the scnalo will have something to say nbout forejpn relations, as tho constitution con templated. I had rather havo the counsel of the senntn than all tho political bosses In any party. To Untl Autocracy. "I want to have done, with personal government In this country. I wane to put an end to autocracy which has been reared In tho name of do- morracy. "Thero Is not very much choice netween venomous nssauu on tno Integrity of the courts or the mono tnry clamor -about eliminating the senate rrom-tno responsininty in ten oral government. I do not know whethor thn Idea is one Imported from tho pence council at Paris, or whether It Is a reflex of tho mob mentality which has broken out In revolution In various plnces In Europe." fiornnient by Laws, Explaining lit detail his concep tion of party sponsorship, Senator Harding said It meant a "govern ment of laws rather Imp of men," In which tho executive, leglalatlve nnd Judicial branches should each function within Its own ennstltutonal limitations, i In ths dlvlann of an thorty, he declared, tho sennto was In "realHy tho security of stable, popular government." Tho privilegn of extended debate and 'tho rulo that two-thlrds are re quired to ratify a treaty wero (cited as "senato safeguards against ill considered action " Tho speech was delivered from tho front porch nnd was cheered by a delegation of members and for mer membors of tht, Ohio legis lature. It wns tho second the sen ntor hnd delivered today, a group of civil war. veterans from Kenton, Ohio, having induced him to malm n brief talk when they paid him n noonday visit In his speech to them ho reiterated his belief that it was for Amerlean rights that the nation entered the world wnr and added a promise hat 'f ho wero elected thero would bo no surrender of American nationality In tho course of his discussion of party government. Senator Harding CONTINl'ICD ON PAOli TWKLVB longshorImeFback Coastwlso Workers Who Voto! To Return to Work Aro SIohIv Resuming Piwltlons in N. V. NFAV YORK, Aug. 19. Coastwlso longshoremen, who voted early this week to end the strike which had prevailed trtnee April, are slowly re turning to their old positions. Officials of tho Mallory and South cm Pacific steamship companies said lodny tho labor situation was nor mal, but according to officials of tho International longshoremen's nsso. elation It will bo several flays before tho majority of tho strikers are back. "Many of them will nover return to coastwlso work," one of tho offi cials said, "as they havo taken oyer Jobs on the overseas docks. Tho men voted to return without nn in crease In pay? believing tho matter; would be adjusted In next year's con tract which begins In October." . - - - - Mountain Top Caves In, Town Buried, 70 Killed MANILA, P. I Aug. 19. Collapse of a mountain top on this Island In a recent storm burled on entire Iggorroto village undor hundreds of feet of earth, blotting out tho Uvea of 70 natives, according to offlclnl advices received hero today. The village was located In thn mountain prnvlnco within 200 miles of tho city of Manila. Tho top slid down upon 'ho vlllagu at midnight. No bodies have bevn recovered. Austria's Army Gets Flag ri;m: ' usssisr" 1 t-ta:.' a.-i.ui:ju..:v: A striking sceno In tho lliiiguiatz, entation of tho Austrian republic's Sells, of Austrlu, is shown Mtandlng ceremony was attended by tno Allied NO MINE STRIKE LEWIS DECLARES President of Mine Work ers Sees Settlement With No Trouble. MINERS GO BACK HOME Will Meet Operators Sepa rately in Four States, Cen tral Field, About Wages. CLEVELAND. Aug, 19. Officials of tho United Mine Workers of America concluded their conferenco hero today and departed for their homes, after having fnllod to reach a wage agreement with thn bitumin ous coal operators of tho central compotltlvo field. No fitrilttv Lewi. Thero will bo no general sunpen Ions of, work, John U I-ewls, presi dent of tho inlnn workers, declared before boarding a train, "I nntlcljmte tho whole matter can bo adjusted without fTTennvonlenoe to the public," he said. "Thero may ho sporadic strikes, In fact somo lo cals wero out today when they heard thn couferonco was not getting any where." At a policy meeting of tho miners hero It was decided to meet tho operators separately In thn four states of tho central fie d. Oh o. In dlana, Illinois ami Western Pennyl. vania ami mnko separate supple mental wngo agreements. INOIANAPOLIiS, Aug. 19, Striken by day men in many mines of the Indiana coal fields today followed tno raiiuro or the wage scale con ferenco nt Cleveland to reach an agreement on wages. Union Men Arc Against Russian Intervention SAN ritAVflSCO. Aug. 19. "Amerloan intervention of any character'' against Russia in tho war with Poland wiih opposed by omu i' nuicwcu lougo phi. si, inter national Association of Machinists, In a resolution unanimously adopt ed. Tho resolution, made public to day, also binds the union members to give no aid "In tho nnnufuctiire or handling of materials Intended for use against Riovla." New Tulsa Oil Company Is Chartered by Stale OKLAHOMA ri'V. Aug. 1. Charters Issued by ,Ioo H. Morris, secretary of state, Includo one Is sued to the Oshkosh Oil company of Tulsa, capital i 120,000. Tho In corporators aro J. P. Peterson. Charles P. Vadon and I). I Doblo, nil of Tuls.t. Trotsky to Negotiate With Hun Staff Corps LONDON, Aug 19. Loon Trot, ky, the bolshevlki mlnlsterof war, has arrived In Proskcn, on the east Prussian frontier, about 10 miles southeast of Lyck, secretly to no gotluto political und strategic ques tions with Herman staff irTflcors, saya. a dispatch to the London Times from Danzig. :S ".V"'t!rll,'JVV.?l,RiUyil)ilW,JlrlSX i' A Vienna, on the occasion of the pres colors to thn new army. President lit tho center (With hat raised), Tho commission STATE MAY GET MORE OIL TAXES Legal Department Files Brief Asking for Ile f opening of Case. OVER RESTRICTED LAND Question Involves Collection of Gross Production Tax on Indian Extracts. OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. 19. Tho I state supremo court Into toilay granted permission to C. W, King, assistant to tho attorney general, to file briefs In a caso which will open foi-lltlgatlort tho question of collec tion of gnws production tares by tho stalo on oil and .minerals extracted from restricted Indian lands. In tho particular case now nt bar tho stale seeks to collect gross pro duction taxes on zlno and load pro duced from the reatrlotod lands of tho Qtiapaw Indians. Several simi lar cases are pending on the appeal of tli" Hkelton Lead & Vdnc Co, Mr, King said ho behoved a now trial of thn cases would ullow til) state to add soveral million dollars to Us Income, hy tho amended groBS production tax law of 1918. NO CLUES T0? ROBBERS Poller nnd Poslofrico 'orflt-lals Will lo f.'ct 'Irni'f of Men Who IVonlK'd With KcglMcrrd .Mull Pouch. ST, LOItlB, Aug. 19. After twenty four hours of Investigation by police, postofflco Inspectors and special railroad agents, no additional cluee were developed In tho robbery of four registered mall pouches from a mull car on Missouri Pacific train No. S hero last night by two masked bnndlts, William McMnrtln. chairman of the federal reserve bsnk board, to night said the postofflco department had Informed him that a package reglitered by tho bank had been checked up and, found to be In one of the pouches stolen. The total nmount will not exceed $2K,000, ac cording to Deputy Governor Attor bUry. U. S. Trunk Railroads Incur a Big Deficit WASHINGTON, Aug. 19 Trunk lino railroads In the United States Incurred n dsflclt of 1S,1,3:S on Juno operations, according to a pre liminary report Issued today by tho interstate commerce commission. Knr the six months of 1920 includ ing June, thn report fixed net rail way operating Incnmo at H3,0i!i,120, against 11111,930,908 In 1919. EAGLES " ELECT OFFICERS All TIiono Nominated Aro Xnnml In J Inal Vote At Meeting. SYRACt.'HK. N Y.. Aug. 19. Tho Nfraturnlil order of Hughs today elected without opposition grand of ficers whp were nominated. They uro: Hlbcrt I), Woed, grand worthy president. Oshkosh. Wis.: J, M Morn, grand worthy vlco president: Pittsburgh, Pa.; William O. Dohorty, gramLworthy chaplain, New Haven, Conn. I J. S. Parry, grand secrotary, Kansas i lly, 11 o., Joseph it, liowl ling, grand treasurer, Dayton, Ohio. REVERSE ACTION SEEN BYWALKER Tells Mass Meeting Ho Has Reconsideration Pledges of 47. JURY PROBE PROCEEDS Investigation of Charges of Improper Influences la Center of Interest. INDICTMENTS ARE ORDERED Judpro Requests True BilJs If Laws Havo Been Violated ; Bribery Is Charged. NAflHVIIXK. Tenn. Aug. 19. Tho Tennessee noma hVA rescind lt federal suffrage amendment, speaker Beth Walker, leader of tho opposl. (Ion, declared tonight at a masi meeting of Nashville cltliena opposed to. suffrage. Mr, Walker declarod forty-seven members of the houss already had slgnod a pledge to re-ronslder, that thren moro would sign tonight and that soveral others wero expected to Join them beforo tho bouso moeti tomorrow. The vote In the house when It concurred in ths action of tha senate mil completed ratification was 49 to 47, Mr. Walker, In order to re. servo to himself alono the urivllegi of moving for ro-conslderntlon dur. lug thn two leglslatlvo days, changed his vote rrom "nay to "ayo- ana tho roll cull was recorded an E0 to 1. The speaker did not attompt to. day to mova for ro-cnnslderatton but must do so before adjournment to. morrow If he would rixiorvo-the soli right of taking nuoh action. Aft? that time any member of the house may offer such n motion. Ono .Majority. Tha hoiisu has a memberslhn of 99 and thy voto of the 98 present yesterday gave the suffragists a majority of only two, They claimed, however, that two ot the absent anions wero suffrago advocates and their presence tomorrow, it tne op position failed to add to their strength, would afford them n, ma jority of four. If, as Mr. Walker declarod, three additional members were to Join the 47 pledged (o reeiclnd ratification, the opposition would havo a safo majority and tno upsetting of rati fication would be Impossible to head off. NASHVlLt.K, Tenn., Aug, 19. Failure of antl-uffrago leaders to day to' attempt to force tho lower h 6u bo of the leglslaturo to re-con- elder Its action ot yesterday in rati fying the woman suffrago amend ment was overHhadnwod In tho in terest by the launching of a county grand Jury Investigation Into charge! that improper influences naa Deen brought to bear on member of the leglslaturo In thotr consideration of the measure. Publication by the Naahvllle Ten- nessean and the Nashville Banner of two affidavits attributed to C C. Wallace, judge of the city court of Lowlxburg. Tonn., and Ennla B. Murray ot Nasnvilin, general agent for thn federal land bank ot Louis, villa, Ky alleging Uiat an 'attempt hnd been mado by a suffrago leader to bribo Representative Harry T, Rurn. renubllcan of McMann county. nlso was a feature of the day's de velopments. Thn grand Jury, charged by Judge CONTINUED ON I'AOM TWKl.VK REPUBLICANS TO MEET Committeemen of Oklahoma and Middle Western Slates to outlays Who Is to Sen Holes Penrose. NHW TOKK, Aug. 19. Repub lican stato chairmen from Okla homa, Texas, Mississippi, ArkanHitri, Tennesseo and middle westorn states will confer with Will II. Hays, chair man of the republican committee nnd his assistants in Chicago on Sept. 1. Tho purposo of the conference, Mr. Hays says. Is to "review and pass upon stato campaigns and por ted unification of stato and national efforts." 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