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raff' ram jimvi RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE THE MORNING OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER )' t'Haok sworn nkt PAID .IRCPLATION QO fl( VOL. XV, NO. G. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1920. 14 PAGES PRICE 5 CENTS. GIRL, IS SLAIN IN FIANCmWOTOR Kansas City Society Lead er Mysteriously Shot While Kidng SWEETHEART QUIZZED Declares They Wore Besot by Auto Bandits Who Fired x Without Any Cause NO, CLUE TO THE SLAYERS ; Revolver Found in Car Is .45 While .38 Caliber Bullet -Caused Girl's Death KO..-A3 CITY. Mo, Oct. 3. Mi-? I'loronco Barton, promt n r.t In younger social circles In Kansas City was. shot and k.i". I last night by unknown pcr f. i. while riding In a motor car vl H wnid It Winter, hor fiance, 1 1 lint known today. Winter was d idlns to Winter tho shooting v.,i ' no liy linndlts In a motor car, wli i - aped after the shooting. M Unrton, who was 24 years old, Wi- a daughter of Klmlier L. Rar t i iii'-sldent of a local shoo con en. Winter, who Is 27, la the son cf a lomlnent real estate dealer. 1. . Ii"l'llilh fcl'Ulfc lUULV Ult M . ... ... - I .. ,., 1 i i y riuu in ii Biiuuruuii rcsiuuuco Winter Tollx of Tragedy. c i ulitiff to Winter's story to the a 'h rt If h, he hnd stopped his car, a ' "id en.-, to lltfht a cigar when t-, men f.pproached In another car l).-,o ct tho men asked direc t ., f e coins; to Leo's ftimmtt, Mo. U n .11 had boon told l.-hlch road U. i Tuw, Winter cr.id'Ttho man lev oil upon tho running board of Vi..t'T's car, with a revolver In his hand. Winter n.ld ho Involuntarly rased is hands to hs fnco to protect htn.si if and tho Intruder fired. Thu ehot Btrurk him In tho left arm. Ro niemr.'rlng that thero wns a re volver In a pocket of ono of tho car fix.'t, Winter told tho police ho rca' hi'd for tho weapon, Moro shots w"to flrrrl by tho stranger. Mo said M s ila.t;n cried ott that sho had been wounded. Winter pays he then U-? J tho n'nn to stop shooting. T'io r.nn r.rtgritcd, but o.-dcrcd him t' tu,n oft Mho lights of the, car. The v then signalled hlsv coin p.mln s v ho brgnn turnlh.g'rlielr car nr . rtl 'ibe rnrtv then disappeared Sow.- the i.., id, Wltr.or salil. i.l-l Dl.u on Way U llo-pltol. 11" thea il rove his own car to a cuntjy roideneo nearby, rMid-f -rou,,.-u ir occupants. Tho owner o' tlio pluro drovo him and Miss T.iion to Rayton, Mo whero they i given medUal treatment by I' W. W ilobbs, who suggested Miss Tia-tmi bn taken to a iwtiltnrlum In iriiriiiiiiicnce, a Kansas City suburb. V m V,e on died on tho way to In- d( , ndciu'e, Dr. Uobbs said. immediately upon arrival of; tho ivrtv in Indcpondonco tho police thine wcro notified. Thoy communl- aiid word of tho shooting to nu tl. rimi here, A thorough search of the sreno, however, tho authorities said, failed to show any cluo as to the men who V.ld tho shooting. , Winter's Injury la not pcrious, 'ac cording to physlcnns. -Jl.owovcr, tho 5 mine man tonght was reported to bo prostrated and under medical care. Clothing l'owtler lliirned. I'owde- marks wore found by. tho pollro oh Winter's clothing nnd tho wound on his nrm showed bums. An autopsy tonight revealed that Mini Harton wus shot Just abovo the b. art, I" Winter's car tho polico found a 4o -nibcr rovolvor with fiva-loaded cartridges. Dr. J. s. Snider, county cr .ncr, announced tonight ho had K'-ft led two bullet from tho wood 'if of tho motor car Jn which tho was riding. They wero of .38 " ' . Dr. Hnlder said. It also was ati! m.-ed that bullets taken from the ' dy of Mlsa Darton and from u i h nrm wero fired from u, .3tl cb'i . revolver. . "' tonight It wns stated by tho P that nn examination of the toa wlier the shooting took place nau .esulted lu tho finding of a (Uian ,iy 0f glass, soma of It blood- "A i.. d. ho firing rinin It (h mIiI. Iron a window of Winter's 'car, " ' was perforated by ti bullot. Jt uas also suited that marks lu the road indicated a motor car had ticor. turned around at tho upot "iri cr .had described. 'SAME HUMBUGS'-HILQUIT SwIalKt Attorney Declares IJltlo "I'PPcncrt In l'ollllcs lu Years. XUW YOIIK, Oct. 3 Morris Hill. QUI', tuelnllut nnrlv lo.Trtnr. In nn ml. af s tonight opening his campaign ft tandldata for representative in "incress from tho Twentieth district, Jhw York, declared "butllttlu had .mpiioiieu in Amoricnn politico aur 1K ho nast four vears. '"T'ley nro tho samo humbugs," ho Mdeij "always manufacturing now u mcanlnglijss 'Issues,' always en Mglng In Hlinn, rich Is. alivuvs ill J'ldlrg tho pcoplo and always secur' Jng tho rulo of wealth undor one '"ei or ahothor." OAIA'ITSTON, TesaH, Oct 3. Troop of tho oxos national guard ef whom havo been on duty nero Klnon Tun,, T wlnn thn e.llv wns P'11 "ii undor martial law, will bo Vfltl' irawn October 8, nrlgadler uoiierai J, 1'. Wolters, commandor, Town in Ruins, Terror, After Police Raid A. P. Man Finds Demoralized Officers ofwan Irish Village Huddled Together With Body of Slain LeTider and I'eo " plo Living in Dread of Another "Black-Tan" Visit Ily The Assorl-ituil 1'icss. TUimhltCt:ilKY, Ireland, Oct. 2. A town half In rulnn, the ! tnnant of Its Inhabitants living .n dread of a repetition of tho "black nnd tan" raid of lant week, and .i handful of neemlngly nervous police, who hnd shut themselves Insldo bariacks with tho body of tho slain dlslrlvtjInKpeclor, llrndy, wero what tho correspondent , found when he eache l this ro rMJte placo In Ireland late today. Tho corriflpondent wiis told how tho noting county commissioner, Jtunell, tried to prevent " destruc tion of Uio town. Vrom the mana gors of the flrc-swcpt creameries ho received their accounts of a heroic struggle In .tho darknesj and a thick fog to savo tho In Ftltutlons with which the fortunes of almost tho entlro community wero bound up. Krom tho wlfo of ono of the mnnagerH of creameries he heard a stcry of how sho and three children escaped from tho bdllotn, nnd nlsttjiow she, while fuclug four rifles pointed at htr Iirnd, contrived a ruso to fcnft- Woman Who Billed Through Civil War at Side of Uusband Dies RAniTAN. N. J Oct. 3. Mrs. Elizabeth Nlles, who with close clipped hair and n uniform, con cealed her sex and Is. said to have fought beside her hUhSuml through tho civil war, died hero today aged 32. Tho war call found 'tho couplo on their honoymnon. Tho husband, Martin Nlles, Joined tho ranks of tho Fourth New Jersey Infnntry and when tho regtment left, Elizabeth Nlles marched besldo him. Sho fought through mnny engagements, it is said, and was mustered out, her sex undlscov ohmI. The huslinnd died several years after tho war. OIL OUTPUT ON INCREASE .Production In AugiLst Shows C.nlu Oicr Thu l'lei.villiig Months. WA3111NUT1JN. ., Oct. '3. l'otro Ieum produi-tldii in tho Unltdo States has tieu on Uio lncifuae during tnu ouinalor niumin, aceurdlng to statis tics mado public tUuy by thu Lulled stales f uojuglcul survey. In Auguv production was 39,- 1-14,000 barrels against 30,D4H,U00 in July, and 3i,i!3u,0U0 In June. Kor tho eight months of tho year Includ ing August thu total was 240,111,? U00, M Domestic stocks In siorago also increased during thu summer and stood at U'S,lUa,000 barrels. Jn Au gust 31, against 120,703000 on Juno 3. GARY BACK FROM EUROPE Steel Corporation Head llrlngs 1)0h:1 on iTC'lieti iteioiLslrmtliiii. NIJW YOUIC, Oct. 3. Klbert II. Gary, head of tho United States Stool corporation, returned from a Uuropean vacation trip today on tho stoamshlp La, Franco, bringing data onVeconstructlon work in France and Belgium which, ho said, would bo given to his organization and to tho iron and steel institute in their next meeting. Will MA Gary was his wire, who accompanied him on a tour through Spain, Franco and liolglum. .To would mako no comment on tho lator situation in Kurope. lie Jam ho hoped steel rail prices would not uc affected to a great extent by freight rato Increases. BANDITS, POLICE BATTLE Two Officers ItnclUv Wounded nnd (Jtiiimiln Killed In Detroit Tight. DKTKOIT. Oct. 3. Two nollco- men wore seriously wounded, ono al leged gunman wns killed and anoth er wounded in street battles bo tweon officers mid desperadoes early today. Patrolman Uwald K. Slunk, was shot in tho chest nnd Charles MlteJicll, a negro, was killed In ono battle. Patrolmnn Hoy ltowland was shot In tlio back during a fight In which Robert Killings, negro, was badly wounded, l no balllOH rollowod stooping of sevoral men for investigation. BOMB PLOT SUSPECT HELD Miin Aroslcil In Pittsburg Uas llljr supply or Kxpiofivo. PITTHllintail. I'u.. Oct. 3, Tho police today arrested a man giving lil-r5 nany as Floreen Zelenko, uged 20 years, and hlshornnTLs Ilrooklyn after It wns alleged that a quantity of dynnmlto and other explosive mnterlnl wns found In his luggage In n local hotol. llo was held for Investigation. Iater tlio man was tnkfn to the office of tho Unllfil Btateli marshal where, it waa said, ho was Ques tioned by foderal authorities. Statements that ho had. when nr rested referred to tho Wall street exoloslon on Seplembor 16, were denied by tho police. Prominent Arniv Officer Die x SAN FRANCISCO, Act. 3. Major Slurray Warner, U. H. army engl neiirlng corps, died yesterday after belnir striken with a sudden Illness .v,iio nlnvlng trolf, Major Warner, an oniergoncy officer, built Canp Dlr, N, Y , and previous to cnterlni hn nrmv n-as engaged on largo en uinoorlmi onternrl s In China. Ho waa borH- In Illlnola, Populace in gunrd her husband. I'or mnny weeks, tho correspon dent uiih lulil, the loiSid I'ullee had bren subject to a boycott by tho townspeople, tho shopkoopcrs even refusing to accept their trade for a fortnight preceding Thurs day's raid on tho town tho people were dcclarod to Sinvo been fltrd on from the roofs of a inrno gen eral store adjoining tho barracks. Tho stme was rlddted with bul lets and lis Interior wrecked, this incident Intensifying the feeling between the people und the police. When the news Thursday after noon. iof tho ambushing of a po lico lorry reaijie tied Tubbereurry, two-thirds of Hs 900 population f'.ed In nniilc nntlrlnatlng a speedy reprisal. At about midnight four lorries, filled with uniformed men nnd, It is said, including Commis sioner Kuixcll, nrrtved In Tubbcr currv. ' Tho iM.itl.tl destruction of the town, tlio killing bf tho pollen in spector and .others, followed. County Commlsloner Itussell begged the "black and tan" po-lle-mcn not to harm tho town, but to no nvail. COX WELCOMED IN-HOME TOWN Cheered as He Steps from Train After Trip of 11,000 Miles TO GET A BRIEF REST Governor Declares "Response to League" Is Enthusias ticAJn Western Country DAYTO.V, Ohio, Oct. 3. Govern or Cox was given a warm "wolcomo homo" reception tonight, from his month's western trip". Arriving at G o'clock, thorrandldato wan cheered by a crowd -deho steppe private cnr.wlllch had c ed from his .twiiiiu ji.iu currieu nun moro than 11,000 miles through all stats west of tho, Mississippi river, except Toxns, Arkansas and Louis iana. Ho wns met nt'tho station by Mrs. Cox, his son-ln-Jaw nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I). J. Mutioney and many personal friend. Tho crowd Insisted that ho talk' nml fnlloweil him to his ni-wspaper offloo w(ioro ho uui.-&.-5ru uipreciaiiuil lor 1110 ym- eomov Ho spoko only a fuw min utes, saying tho proprieties of the Sabbath forbade him talking on sub jects ho had discussed during his trip. Ho went to his home at Tralls end, where he exnects to rest fnr a couplo of diivs. Talks With IKnmoelt Rnrcuto hero from Kansas Cltv. Mo whero he closed his western campaign last night, tho govonror hnd an hour's conference, with Franklin I). Itoosovelt, wlm, rode from Terro Halito to Indlananolls with his chlof. Mr. Iloosovolt then left to ocntluno his second western trip. Arovcral cities today. Sunday crowds mot -Oovernor CiVs train". and, with politics barred on the Sab- uatn, no spo. o a row words of greet ing and appreciation. At St. I,oula, .no,, Erringltarn, ill., und Itlchtnond, Indiana, tho candidate held rear platfurm receptions clad In ids naV jamas, and swnthod In nn overcoat. A statement lnauod tonight by Governor Cox, reviewing hin west ern campaign, described it as "a wonderful trip with Just ono rainy day." , ., Leaguo Itcsponso Enthusiastic .. Regarding the league of nations issuo, Governor Cox's statement said thero was "enthusiastic response", and resentment because, ho aiUl, the opposition wan withholding uvtdmico on tho Issues. Thu west under stands, the governor said, "tho prac tical opportunities wheh tho lenuue affords iiverstim," and why agricul tural prices life railing, "The west resents-'. Governor Cox Ldrclarcd. "tho leaguo situation In wnion senator jnunsoii anil former President Taft both support Senator Harding. "AhuthTTr thing which dIi.turl.od thn wesuwas the unwlllngness df thu soliiitor'a mind to bo ciucstlunedVwlth rufj&renco to tho overshadowing Is- su ot mo campaign, the spoctnclo otli man being Jailed for nresumlnir to submit an inquiry was scarcely believable. When tho press dis patches however, confirmed it, the pcoplo gained a gllmpsu of n sort ot RusslanUcd despotism uld auto cratic deflanco ot the' public Unit can naturally bo expectod to follow , reactionary victory at tlio polls." ASKS HARMONY IN ILLINOIS ftvvr Cnndlilnto Urge Smull and tjgiesny vt ct Out of iuc. CHICACiO, Oct. 3. John Mayn nrd Harlan, for whom a petition as n gubernatorial canuidata was filed yesterday In Springfield, tonight sfnt a letter to ln Small, and Lieu tenant aov'ftrnor John o. Oglesby. ranniiiaies ior tna repuoiican num liiatlon for governor, nsklng them to withdraw from tho race in the Interest or harmony itml Join wlfti him In solactlng a candidate who would bo ucceptahlo to all factious of tlu republican party, promised hit support to any candidate tho tltrco men mijnt namo. 'ALL IS IN G. 0. P. RANKS League Speeches of Irre concilablcs Satisfy Harding THEY'LL AID CAMPAIGN Johnson and Bprnh to Con tinue' Actively Supporting Jtepublican Nominee LONG TRIP FOR THIS WEEK Senator to Visit Knfisas City, Oklahoma City and Others In Middle West MAIHON, )., Oft. 3.-ltepoils of a break letw.-cii" S'-nator ll.udnig nnd Ic.idlnx IrrecuiK ll.ibles cer lui. treaty Issue again wero dnl"d to night by the nominee, who said ho had received detailed Information of public spisxmis by Irrcdmcllublo senators anil had foimJ In thorn n lack of h.irmony with his own slews'. "I njiprovo what Senator Unriili has said In his public, addresses, said Scnu'of Hard 'lie. ll' will 0l" tlniv to nmki) f,pooche for the re publican tli'lut, and 1 am suro 1 shall approve nlse what ho sas to tho voters in the futiuo. "1 havo just reuehed n full steno graphic report of tho ailJrtss ot Sen. ator .lohlit-on Hindu at los Angehn Sep;ombur 25. It dissipates concltu. Iely any notion that Senator John sen is' out of harmony with thu plat form and tho candidate, "Senator Johi.Hon repeatedly quoted from tho leaguo of imtloiut address, which I delivered vn'August 28, erring his tinqiialltieil uppruvnl to It. 11,1s siieeeh, witli this generous eiidorscluent of tho parly's platform and my own Interpretation of It, bring no surprlso to me. Moro than that, Itidds to my oonfidvuco that when wo' havo recorded America ngaliiBt iho inonaeo whlcli.wu wero belrg 'let in for,' wo are going to bo aiiio to have America agree on u tiro Rmm which shall hold us forover fieo lUid still lday our part In c pressing Uio new conclcnco of the .world." Tamorrow Senator Harding will motor to l-Temont. Ohio, to speak at thn unveiling of a Holdlo r me morial near tho home of President Rutherford n. Hayes. Original an- ncuncomcjit of plans for the eclebra. tiou contemplated the attendance alsof Oovcnier Cox. but tho Infor mation at inu-uing heaoriuartiTs tf nlglit w.u that ho would "not bu ores- ent. Ono of tho sepntor's longest cam paign trips, taking him to Dcs .Moines. Omaha, Kansas City and Oklahoma City will begin Wednes day, St. Joseph, Mo, vih added to tho ltliicrary today. A day mooting having been arranged thcru for l.'rl. day, October 8. C00LJDGE WEDDED 15 YEARS nnlverf.nry Quietly olwenci'lj Gov i,ir i v.ninr ninerni Today. -- -' ' I .. . uvu .1 ijovcrnor Cooltdgc observed his flt teortlh wfidillng anniversary at his I ....... !. . . . ..lit . . . , "'"i" in.il- iuuujt wiin oifs. uoounge. TlinrA ... nt. m. 1 . i -..., v ...in hm wi nun ti'ii'uraiioi -" " n ' - . . . ....v.iuiiih IIU J.(llirU.'V CongregntlonnI church tn tho morn- iiim nun niu'iiiiuiir mo rest or tno day quietly with hli family. H- had Intended to return to Ronton tonight, but will remain hero uisicRn una go in iMlton tomorrow to nttend the funeral of former Benntor W. Mufrny Crane. Popo Pnilses K. of O. CHICAGO. Oct. 3. A measure from Popo Rehedlrt IV, welcoming thn work tho Knights of Columbus nro planning for Romn, was made public today by tho supremo board Of directors of tho organization, Tho mossago wns said to bo tho first ever addressed directly to laymon of. flclally. Spirit Slayer of Two Awny, WICHITA FALLS. Texas. Oct. ?. "Dno" Snow, charged with the kill ing of W. S. Toney and Marvin Cnple, well known Wichita Falls business mon while they woro assist- Ipg county officers In raiding nnjil lecul gambling houso Inst Thurs day nt Kemp City In thn oil fields, near here, was tnken to Fnrt Worth today for sefa keeping. Snow whs arrested 30 miles vsouthwest ot wicnita t'us tins morning, A lteioliitlnn in Honduras. SAN SALVAItOIt. RepubWo 'of ,anhTidor, Oct. 3. Advices from Honduras report h reolutlun-iry movement is being prepared on the r'rthern Honduran coist. Saves 13 More From Wrecked Gulf Steamer Ni:V ORL13ANS, Oct. 3. Twelvo members of the crew of tho steamer Spoedwell, lost In the recent tropical hurricane, and one passenger, wer1 n eked un In a lifeboat by tho steam cr Lake Superior, according to wire less InformaUon reaching tho Otis Manufacturing company hwo today. The Speedwell carried a crew of 19 and fivo paiwcngers from llellio. All havo been accounted for except two, as four woro saved by the steamer Sunoll, nnd flvo woro re ported to Ixwo died, ivlillo adrift in a small boat. Tho Speedwell, 0.04 ton, sailed from Wilmington. Del. WILSON SAYS WHO ii ii Charge Chicago Cops by Dojzcn Are Bootlegging CHICAGO, OrL a. -Chief of Poil(N thirdly tonight lcnn an Inrentlgatlon of reports that donors of I hlcatro pcllcenieii nro Implicated lu wholtnalo "boot lefrglng" and nro netmg ns giuinls In the Illegal transportation of the liquor. Thn Inveitlgntlon followed ro pints that 176,000 worth nt whiskey, shipped, hero fron Loulsvllla, Ky was stolen from the (night j.irds and that each of fi demon trucks used lu curry lug the liquor away had n police uinu on It as guard. Complaints havo been received from seoifH nt pern' lis that they hae been lobtid of liquor ship ments, the chief raid. As a ie rult "Mike do Plko" lleltlor nnd Rilbcrt Perlman, his partner. , both former saloonkeepers, woro tim'sieu nnu are neiii under tno utati) search and seizure law. CHAMPION TEAMS EVENLY MATCHED Brooklyn-Cleveland Scries Opening Tuesday Looks Like Real Battle BOTH CLUBS ON TOES Scandal Developed by Chica go Grand Jury to Mako Series Hardor Fight NF.W YORK. Oct. 3. Tho world's norles ot 1H20, the blun ribbon ovent of baseball; will bo ushered lit l.n bet'h field, llrookhn. Tuesday. The contesting tiTiis, Ilrooklyn and Clevoland.yiiamions respoctlve Jy ot tho Naffinal nnd American leagues, nro not haps nroto ovdinj matched than aro the world's series ci"ntendrn gonernlly. 'J'ho expooo boforo tho gTarwl Jury In Chicago of thn crooked deal in onnection with tho world's rorlos of last yinr apparently bus had no of fect on the coming gumes other than tc rako tho players of both tcam-i mer determined than oor to make tho countests ii truo test of tho rela tive merits ot both clubs Rcport-s from both eltlei aro thtxt nppllrntlcns for reserved scats far outnumbtr Iho supply. With tho un reserved seats to bo sold on tho days the gomes nro phij'ed, It will be a care jf first come, first nerved. I.cnili'is Kiiflirly llirrertnt. The hieotlnu of Ilrooklyn und Cleveland will bring together In the games two teams dovelopod and managed ty leaders of entirely llf- foient schools of baseball. Wilbur T. RoWniron, manngor of tho Ilrooklyn team. Is a svIuato of tho llaltlmoru Orioles, has kept paco-wltD tho game that In its day was In a class by It self. Manager Robinson, howovor, who has been constantly coutieotcd with baseball slnoo tho daj-s ot thu Orioles, h.i skept paco wi'h tho g.imo nnd Hon been able to develop hl.'i tinm In acctirdanco with what h deetnod tho bewt methods of tho old school ot baseball, us well as to what appeared to him i tho best points of the modern systn. Tris Speaker manngor of the Clovelandcm, lu generally regarded as ono ot tho greatest outfielders laseUill hnii over known. Ho Is at I resent tlio only . playing manager ir. any nmjor leaguo nnd, whatevet CO.NTIMJKl) ON I'ACIU HIX DEBS 'LOOKS INTO FUTURE1 Kars Ditching of Candidates' Trains Forerunner lit Party Ditching. ATLANTA, Gu Oct. 3.KuKono V. Debbs, soclnllot candidate for president, today discussed the candl dncles ot his republican and demo cratic opponent", and oomuii'iitlng on railroad accidents in which thoy havo figured on recent trips was quoted as declaring "that ditching is thn forerunner of the tlmu when tho working pcoplf will ditch both tho old parties for all tlme.'Ho pre dicted that tho socialist party will hooiiTjo made "tho biggest thing po litically In America." G, O. P, Women In .Motor Corp. NKW YORK, Oct. 3 Organiza tion of a republlrnn women's na tional motor corps was announced ut republican headquarters today. Miss Mntulo Wetmoro of. Newport, R. I., Is" chairman. Tho organiza tion Ik composed of women who of fered their cars und personal serv ice during the remainder of the presidential campaign to transport spcakors for, parades, and for other services in 4,000 counties of tho United States. ' Nuvy Wants .Much oil. WASHINGTON, Oct. 3. Tenders for supplying 2,777,fc70 gallons of lubricating oils for tho use of government-owned nnd controlled mer- hunt ships for tho year beginning Ndvernbor 84, wero invited tonight by tho shipping board Deliveries nro ta bo mudo at Atlantic und gulf porta. LE WORLD AWAITS LE TRAV1S-AAR0NS0N ROW IS ' SETTLED Suits Involving Vast Kear- t.V 1111(1 Oil linlli'mra in Be Withdrawn, DIVIDE ALL PROPERTY Agreement to Patch Up Trou ble Out of Court Is Signed By Both Factions r BREAKS BIG COMBINATION Partnership In Which Great Fortunes Had Been Built Up Smashed by Discord Suits involving tho vast realty and oil land holdings of L. H. V.. Anronson. A. K. .Anronson and tlio Tubulin Oil company nro to bo with diawn this morning us a result of tno signing or nn agreement In which M. At. Travis, H, R. Travis, and M. R. Travis, erstwhile asso ciates of tho Anronson Interests In the Mld-Cn Petroleum company, for mally retract all allegations which tiny have made ngnlnst thn Aaron-, sons in tno course of i controversy which bus been waged for several wei-ks past. lly the terms of tho private settle ment, It Is announced, thn Travises tc-dgn all claims to Interest In tho Tubulin Oil company nnd Its hold lug. L. K. 'A. Anronson, by thn wlthdiawal of one suit Involving various vptuabln parcels of real es tate, will bo left in full and undis puted ownership of Sunset pnrk and other properties In which tho withdrawing plaintiff claimed a shine. The suits will bo dismissed ,"wlth prejudice" which means lhoy can not be reinstated and that what promised to bo one of thn biggest nnd most bitterly contested legal battles in Oklahoma's history is def initely called off. out of court there will be a physical division of nl production ami on properties in volved Jn the controversy, both de veloped and uniicveiopeii. I'nriiiul Agreement Signed. Formal retraction of 'tho charges made against L. r;. v.. Anronson null A. K. Aiir'onson was embodied lu the following memorandum, drawn upon October 1 mid signed by the threo Truvlses: ' Tulsa, Oct. 1. 1920. Messrs. L. E. ZMaronspn A. II. AuiAinson s Tulsa, Okla. Gentlemen! AVo havo carefully examined the proposed preliminary agreo meiit, workid out with tho assist ance of our mutual friends as n. basis for tho settlement of all our business differences. Wo nro sat isfied wlth tho propsed adjust ment nnd pleased to b advised that It li acceptable toyou. Wo nro convinced now that theso sultn should bo dismissed and wo withdraw nny ollogntloriH prejudicial to you or your good standing nnd wo am glad to bring all ouc controviiislcs to nn hou orablo and Just settlement satis factory to all parties. Yours rn specttully. (Signed) M. M. Travis, S. R. Travis. M. R. Travis. Operation of tlio Mid-Co Petrol rum company according to agree ment, will bn continued by tho Travis Interests. Was Powerful Combination Tho comblnntlon of tho Aoronson nnd Travis lnten-nts lortnerly was considered ono of tho most power fill of nil the. Independent oil con cerns operating in tho inldcontlnent field. U wealth ran high into tho millions and Its arrengo was Im mense The various Atironnons and Tiavlses built up huge fortunes Out In ono of the most exclusive south side" resldwneo districts tho Anroofons nnd Trnvlsrs built a num ber of mognlflrtent residences, all cloxn together. Then dlt'ciird entered their bus iness relntlnhs Several business rows developed and thn ipaitner shlp was sn-ushed.. The ellmux wns renehei' ft n meotlng of tho board of directors of the Mid-Civ concern two weeks ngo, wnen inn nrgumenls grew so heated that a rri.c.r.ir.nlt fist fight was stnged and some of Iho Travlses and Aiirnnfnns arrested for fighting Representatives of the nrtlioslng fuiMlom' havo been wnrKlng over since the fist fight at the Mfd-Co meeting to bring nb.iut a settlement out of court. V A romnlcte divorcement of all the Anronson nnd Travis Interests Is to h effected ns soon ns It can bo worked out. Veteran Diplomat Dion. NF.W YORK, Oct. 3.Word was received hero today of thn death In Muiito Carlo September 29, of James Allwood Smith, American consul gen oral at Culcuttii, India. Mr. Smith was on his wuy to India after u vn nation In the United States, The body will bo brought homo for burial, It wnB said. Mr. Smith who wus a coiihln of J .P. Morgan, had been a member of tho consular scrv- j ice for 23 years,. iWhrrl I'liiilt IVnntcl .luurc Ilm 10U-A, cats Wwlo. Ailtt, Jobs in Cities . To Be Scarce, Indication Now NKW YORK, Oct. 3. -Reporto mado public here tonight by em ployment Agencies of both tho Salvation Army and Knights ot Colunibus luilUated that Jobs soon Will bo scarce In cities. F.qiiiillxutlon of labor supply nnd demand during the last week was r ported by tho five employment offices In this city conducted by the Snlwitlnn Army. For tho first tliuo in two yours, ns many men were round spelling work as thero wero Jobs available. A feature ot tho week, a state. ment by thn nrmy sold, wns a fHtllng oft lu demand fdr unskilled workers. William J. McOlnlcy, supremo secretary nf the Knights of Colum bus, after threo hmnths' survey of Knights of Columbus employment bureaus, warned young men from agricultural districts to keep away from tho cities. "Mon aro flocking to Now York, Chicago, Ronton and other largo cities looking for employment, said Scoretnry McOlnloy, production has had a decided drop In mnny big Industries nnd tho supply of help, esporlally of tho semiskilled kind, greatly exceeds tho demand." HUGE CROWrlTO GREET HARDING More Than 500 Expected On Special Train to Oklahoma City WOMEN URGED TO GO Trip Will Bo Interesting With Band to Make It Lively All"hboari1 tho Harding Bpeclal to Oklahoma City, At a mooting held Saturday plans wero mndo by K. Roger Kemp, pres ident or tho naming nnu uoniuigo olub, 12. O. Lingo, chairman ot the Tulsa county republican conirni commlttoo, Dr. S. c. Konneuy, .11. II. Fleshor. Mayor t. it. J.vnus nnu others to havo 11 special train to Ok lahoma city next Saturday ho -iui- miiH who wish may hear Senator uurron u, jiiiruing, ri'i'iii'iiwiiu ruu dldatn for president, who Is making ii whirlwind campaign lour ot tno country. TIiobo in chargo or arrangnmenw belluvu ut least (00 Tulsa ns will bo passenger on tho special train. Un der present plans It will leavo Tul mi about 10 o'rlnek Saturday .morn ing and leavo Oklahoma City on thn roturn abiifn 11 1o 12 o'clock Sat urday nlcfit. depending upon tlio length' uf lliinllnu'rt speech und vlaj It ut tho capital. "Wo would llko to tako a thous and Tutsans on, thin train," Mr, Kemp declared Saturday evening. 'Other cities of tho statn will bo well represented and wo want Tul sa to furnulsh tho largest delega tion of all. Tho trip will not bo tlresnnin or crowded, as plenty of spaco will bo provldod to enro for thn crowd. Women of Tulsa and Tulsa county will flnl this trip pleasant una cnllglKoning. and I hopu they will consider thoiuuclvcs part ot tho 'bunch.' Thero will bo badges nnd ban ners for identification nnd display, and plenty of hand mui'io tn help uinKu a lively trip. Aliovo all, Tul sa must send a largo delegation." It Is planned to securo a local brass hand to tako nn tho trip, and to appeur in tno parade with tho tuis.i "contingolit." Tickets nro to bo on giilo at Hurtl ing und Coolldgn licndqunrtnrH. first floor of thu Ksnnedy building at J'ourth and Clnclririal . beulnn Inir Monday morning. Ily purchasing tickets In advance thoso who mako tlio trill will not bu Inconvenienced by a long wait at a ticket wlndqw a iow 111 111 u ics neioro tno train is ready ti titnrt. ots In advarico thoso who mako tho trip win not bo Inconvenienced bv a long wnlt at 11 ticket window ft few (nlnutcs boforo tho train Is readv tu man. Actlvo arrangements for thn tm clal train aro In chargo ot Mr. r u-finor. .Mni'SwIney's Comlllloii finmo, LONDON. Oct H.-.Th., .,.n,ntif ot Terence MaeSwIiiey, lord mnyoi of Cork, tonight wns tho samo as 1 wns yesterday, according to the bill imiii minion py mo jrwii seir-iJutcr minatioii league. THE WEATHER. OKlllllllU l(m.l.. lixA TW.,.. ii. ..... kkJiu unnniur(t, " MiLlsUNA - Mjl4jr c4 Tuitaj cloud; bu1itU AKKWHAIJ ASn VftUT T B-Miillif Ki Tum nf '-u nwii , rraiVTlU irmjlttJJTt. ....... ... -" M '' iivuuj TODAY'S tVlim firnln of KtballM .rm cimpiltn IUi hncfi mi fur norlrti, lljti-1 Tutu, II o'rl.k. Prili tur ntrini, roiii-nllan lull 1 p. ra. Tulu dtttrlrt rnnfrwt of II, Y flmnh conn'iiM la Orrutl MniNrUl ihurrh 3 i m. Lrldf (ton, mv Km Tul:i JttUiuM rroirch 6 . m Tat 4 fn rlub, Krnni'lr rtiHrjnt 6 111 p n I'ublle titilitu hi lUsliap U. V. tUlilurf, t'lri CarlitUn churtC, I p, n ASSERTS PEOPLE 'GROSSLY MISLED' 1 President Makes His First Campaign Appeal Direct to the Citizenry DEFENDS ARTICLE TEN Brands ns 'Absolutely False' Chargo That Wo Could Bo Forced to War REFERS TO NO CANDIDATES Kxeculivo Confines Statement to Discuaaiou of Lengue, tho .Chief Issuo tWlAHItlNnrnv. rr.i 1 Tr..ot. dent Wllsnn In his first campaign , . - n . ........J ...(.tu.ij. .1, l(. leOPllV llrueil flirt nMi1iirAi,i,liil nf llllt'lll IflHllFlir TUHfln .llc.intl. ... . . A tho. leaguo of nations Issuo at tho .111 1 11:11 nnu iieoiareii "ono Whom world will wait for your verdict V November as It would wnlt for nh Intimation ot what Its futuro It to bo." I'ho liresldejit rJinrnolortinil n 'absolutely fajso" assorllons that nrtlcln 10 ot tho leaguo covenant woiiiu mngo it posslblo for other iruans to load tho United States ntn war, Thero Is nothing In Iho cov enant, ho raid, "which in thu least Interferes with or impairs tlm right or congress to uoclaro war or not flrclaro war, ucordlng to Its Inde pendent judgment, aa our constitu tion provides." "My fellow countrymen." was tho president's method of nddrvaslni; him communication to tho poopiu. It contained no mention ot president ial r.nmiiantes y namo, but was con fined to a brief dofenso ot article 10 nnd a criticism of thofo who ho declared had "grossly misled" tho public with regard to tho treaty. Tho president said that thoso who hnd spent tholr lives, oa ho hnd, "in fiimllljirlzlng tlicnisolves with (he history nnd traditions nnd policies of the nation must stand amazed at thn gross Ignorance and Impudent audacity which has lod thorn to In vent nn 'Americanism,' which han no foundation whatever In nny of the nu(hontli) traditions of the governmont." Tho text of tlio appeal follows: "My fellow countrymen: To Issues of tho present cam- polgn nro of such tremendous Im- , norinnco and of such far reaching significance for tho inflnonco ot thu country and development of Its fu turo relations, and I havo necessar ily had so much to do with tholr development, that I am suro you will think it natural and proper that I khouiil address to you 11 f6w Vforibi concerning them. Kvoryono. who sincerely bolloves In government by the people must roJolca at Uio turn affairs havo taken In Mb campaign. This election is to bo a genuine fic tional referendum. Tho determina tion of a great policy upon which thn Influenco nnd authority ot tho United Stated In tho world must do pend Is not to bo loft to groups ufpollllclaiiH of either party! but OUNT1NUKD ON 1'AllD JflVlJ 5 MILLIONS TO LEGION 1C nf O. Offer That Bum for a Memorial lu Washington; Rum Rttlnuco of RlgAVtn.Fuutl. CHICAGO. Oct. 3. Tho board ot directors cf tho Knlghta of Colum bus todtty voted to offor tho Ajnorl (an Legion H,000,000 for Uio pur iuu of eroding u memorial build ing lu Washington Tlio building, wnion wouui ue in memory of tlio Americans who died In the war, would ooutaln un audi torium seating 20,000. Quortcra firr tho vetoraim of foreign wars, tho G. A. R., tho Spanish war votoran.1 iud similar societies. Ownership of tho structuro wo.ild bo vested In tho American Legion and It vwtild bo governed by a btard of directors. Of iho fund offered 41,000,000 would b used as an onJotvjr.ent tor upi'.oop uf tho bulldlnK. TT10 m, 000,000 pepreBcnts Uio balnue.o of thu $10,000,000 collected by tho Knlgt'tit ot Columbus for war purpis(H und will not bo taken from tho fund with which tho organisa tion plonu to continue in national work. A oommltteo has arrnnrofl tOTncct Colonel Galbraltlt, heud of tho legion, In New York within a row days to mnko tho proposition to him, but ho Iihh not yet been intormod ot Uio lroosed gift. NewYorkLife Insurance Co. Farmer & Daran Sl'IXIALA'aiJNTS S03 I'ulaco llhlg. IMiono 151 i "wuaonv toniBht.