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RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE THE SUNDAY 1 avtjracir SWORN NUT PAID CIRCULATION f)0 iff V SEPTEMBERc)50b9 , , VOL. XV, NO. 33. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1020. IMI'Vf t'Alil' 1 Vt Tlllll M bi: TIONrt. CAMPAIGN ENDS FOR BOTH CANDIDATES 1 1 ' I i ' " '"' . . - , I'KlUJlj 0 UiMN AO. ENGLISH FEARING IRISH REPRISALS Moody Indignation Grows as Republicans, View Mayors Body VIOLENCE BREAKS' OUT 'Black and Tans' Loot Liquor Warehouses; Soldiers Tear Death Drapery Down THOUSANDS VISIT THE BIER MacSwiney's Body Rests on Spot He Crossed Many Times in Official Capacity COnif, Oct. 30. Violence broke out horo this afternoon when the ' Mack nnd tans!' wrecked and looted a number of wholesale liquor establishments. It wuh tho first disorder following tliu nrrlval here rf tho bodyof- Terranro MacSwlney. t ork'i dead lord may Ry T)AXIHL O'CONNBLL. I N S. sjaff Corrpipnnilcnt. CORK, Oct. 30. Tho first net of Interference with tho solemnity at wndlng tho lying In state at tho city hall of tho body of Lord Mayor Mnc Sttlnoy enmn this afternoon when a squad of Hrltlnh government soldiers toro off tho mourning drapery that had been hung over tho city hall door. The crowd of mourner out Hldn showed symptoms of Increased Indignation at this art, but up to tho llmo of cabling, no disorders had oc curred. IV Tho AMCl'ed 1'ret. CORK. Ort. 30. Ilrltlsh intclllgenco officers todoy declared they were In receipt of Information to tho effect that every officer or man of (ho crown forces appearing in tho streets of Cork tomorrow, was likely to be shot. , Tho authorities this nfternootj woro seeking to appraise tho effect the viewing of tho corpse of Mae- Swlncy would have upon the thou sands who-Trasscd by the bier of tho Into lord mayor today and nro bearing In mind tho statements of ficials say nro mado by Sinn Fein representatives during tho prisoner's long fast that should death ensue thero would bo rcprlsali of somo kind. i CORK. Oct. 30. Long before tho f rst ravs of tho rising sun nuiieu their gold to tho colors of the flag nf tlio "tieniibllo nf Ireland." nuuer loir at hnlf most atop tho city hall. nf flits nnrlent Celtic town, a hug throng of mourners had gathered nutslrlr. Within, guarded by nn honor Bn.uad of Irish volunteers, lips tho body of Terrenco MacSwiney, t who nH lord mayor of this city. uniked srnres of times rnch day across tho very spot whero his flower wuorf nntfln now rests. Tho body will Ho in state there until tho sol inn funeral service tomorrow morn ing, Only a few paces from wh--o the casket stands, Macawlnc was arrested on August 12. tho day he brgan tho hunger strike that ended bis life Inst Monday In nrlxton prison. London Y.iui. Yii.liiriiitttnii Mounts. .tnerv miit t urines ran through the ranks of tho crowd outstdo tho city hall. It was restrained expression or the spirit of intense indignation that Is sweeping across me " , ' breadth of Treland today as a result of tho British government's eleventh )iour move yvaicraay-, In '"yrtliig MacSwiney's bony irom uuuw. -original destination where a huc, demonstration was planned, direct .1 to cork. . ... reports early today of an Ugly , m" shown by the thousands of botn awns who had counted on being al lowed to pay a last trlhuto to tho read lord mayor, whose name is m ready a household word throughout Krln as thai 01 n twenwvu. , ' Every poilblo precaution was be irg taken by tho HrltUh Kovern runt early today not only hero In r rk, whero demonstrations are looked for with certainty, but J" "cry city, town and hamlot In Iro- .1 Tho glass covered ensket rft . g tho omaclaWd fealuroir of -he la.e lord mayor and his '"dydroed l the uniform of an officer of he i ,u ..i.nor. nrmv. which Hn.'l en substituted for the PrnncHcari r be renewed on ft flower-banked c afalque. four volunteers In . lllan dress, maintaining guard. r,,. ..i.crm nf the choir loft, In f-ont nf which the body Uy, was M i.,nnrv and Ilowrs, framing ft central floral I'r"1: tl. n of tho Crucifix, which, out . nod against a huge background of 1 Uck velvet, dominated tn wnmp ajj. i n i nn TTanllng. jnir VOTlK. Oct. 30. Mil Aia today . centered ironnn in m l In f&vor of Senator Harding. Ot.-vlrlch n.t numond Tlr rrlc... rrortuerr; Tire. Jiny-J. Ill ul Thlril HI. OfiCt Spirit of Susan B. Anthony -AdvisesWomen on TheirVote Dead Suffrage Pioneer in Seance ai Washington Sees League as Secondary Issue; Eugene V. Deb's "One of Greatest", Spirit Says lly MILUHKI) MOHHIS WASHINGTON, Oct. 30 Tho spirit of .Susan 15. Anthony com municated last night with a group of prominent women hero and sent a pre-election mossago to tho women voters, It wax declared hero toduy by several who woro present. The communication Wan mado through tho modluin of Mrs, The resa Russell, wife of Charles Ed ward Russell, well known social leformer and writer. The spirit message from tho pio neer suffragist read, "To tho women: Ood speed tho day when the eternal spirit of love, shall provall and the clouds of dissension rtnd strlfo shall van ish." Another message received from the. great woman leader; Indicated that who considered some other things of more importance than the league of nations, according to Mrs. Russell. Asked Njvhethcr tho majority of women would vote for the leaeuo Tuewlny, sho answered: "Wheth er thero Is or not a league of na tions sooms of far less vltnt mo ment to us than tho spirit of unity and good will In tho heart of one man to another." Where to Vote 1'ct. 1218 East Mrst. I Convention hall. 3 Centrf I fire station. 4 Old high school R Oarage at Sixth and Main, 1 6 Courthouse, Qbseasor's office. 7 Plymouth drug store, S18 West Fifth. '. Irving school. 9 Osagn school. 10 North side fire station. 11 Washington school. Hast sldo fire station, Third and Madison. Lincoln school, 18th and Peorlar llomco Mann school, 11th and Hoston. Slders monument, v 918 South Main. 15- K Rlverview school. 12th and Frisco. 17 West side flrn station. IS Hnuth aide flro station, ltth and Un.tlon. 19 Oraco M. K. church. 3rd nnd Trenton. 0 201 South Mayhelle, Fe.nton res idence:. 21 Kendall school, Kendall No. 1 addition. J2 Lcc school, 20lh and Cincinnati. 23 LovreH school, Pearl and Coun cil. u Rfinnp. H7 South Wheeling. ;s W'hittlof school, 224 North Iwls. I'nrk rest llCUSC, 27 Dick Miller garage, 1 ISO North Cheyenne. 28 Kmerson xchtfol, King and North Hoston. '.'9 110 North Lewis, Hat Turner residence. 3&lJefferson school, 9th and Wheeling. 31H30 South Klwood, M. A. nre'ckcnrldge residence, Pklatook 1 Rklatook city. Pklatnok 2 Klllngwood ratrch. Owanso 1 Sperry. fiwnsso 2 Greenwood Chapel. IWncM 3 OwflHSO. Dswscn 1 School house, Tyby. n, nn lllltWHfin. Dawson 3-01d fair grounds, FtMco rnllroaa nnn i.cwiti ynn Lann 1 Hurleys store. ,vnn Une 3 Scales school house valley Linn Lane uoniwiiiu scnooi. n.ninn Arrow l nroken Arrow. Uroken Arrow 2 nroken Arrow. IJpwles TVrwnihip of Itroktn Arrow, cny n Wniow BprliiB- -n- les f.cliool nouse. Fry Ttarwnfhip HaiKey scnuui iiu..v. Hlxby 1 iiixd)- -ii. nivi.v Teonnrd. fllrnpnol 1 llenponl Ctv. Glcnpool 2 Dvck Creek school house. Jcnk! Jenks CHy. P.ed Krk 2 I'Cti fvrn mx- lledoKrk 2 Ilea loi . Weklwa Township l-Mnrlt Twain. Weklwa Townsnip ;uw Pand Springs 1 New high 'chcol. Rand Spr nrs z unnnm-ui... Pa ml Hprlnga 3- -Old high school. Band Snrirlgs 4 New rlty nail. CnlllnsWlle l Kensley building. CnlllnnvHle C'ltv ha!' Onlllnsvllle . Hnptwt church. CollllfvlU j fhnreh on I III. Township Iloddock park. THE WEATHER OKLAHOMA! Suny P,WCTT rT'rrxAeM'nd.r r.lni Mond.r PEAST TKXAS Hunrt.y rlni Mond.y ,.Fn CLd!r In r,o,lhr.l J north a- ,rpM0jVSn,nla Fand.y .nn Mond.r, itrpl PMllily tnow in iwrthwtft tloni coldr In t poilln. , today's, Public ors.n MClt.l br Vt'ts m toncrrt. munleipl " rr.nr M8wn.; ni.rtl.V'Cn.n0n b.U. I Asked to Rdvlso tho women how thoy should vote in order to solect a president who would servo tho interests of tho nation bewl, she answered that "they must ujio their own Judgment in matters under tholr control." "Hut If you woro here, Miss Anthony, how would you voto7" was the next question. "Thero Is only one possibility" answered tho spirit of the pioneer suffragist, according to Mrs. Hus soll. "Wo aro as ejosa to tho groat soul that Is back of prison burs bh v.v aro to you. Debs la ono of tho greatest spirits on your plane." Asked to ad"lso tho women as to their next step, now thAt they haVb political freedom, she an swered: "Tho next (Step to me would seom to bo for all women to unlto In tho ono demand that tho ter rible scourgo of war bo abol ished." In another inossuga sho said tho women should formulate a deflnlto program to end war and should begin with "attack on .the consclonco of tho now congress," Tho names of tho women who took part In the seaneo woro not disclosed for publication. G-X), P. GAIfjS IN jSOUTH ! Wpubllaui lA-ailert Clnlm Incrcat-o; IX'iiiotrntM Confident "Usual Ma- , Joiltlcs" Will llo Thclrh. ATLANTA. Oct, 80. Tho 1920 lircslldbnllal campaign virtually caipo to a close throughout tho south tonight with tho "usual majorities" for the democratic candldfttas -generally predicted by yarty Icrfders. In rome states, notably Alabama, local Tiir nppcarea o navo ocnpnta in campaign Intervst, prchlduntlal and congressional returns. Jtcpubllcjih' lendprn In several states have mnde pre-oJci.tlmi claims of gains In pnrtlculur 'congressional district wbldi Httracted attention to thrno contests. Aniahg theso Is' th Third district In louislann, com poocd of the ro-callod "sugar nar Ishrs.' The second dlsrlcl In Vir ginia also was Ald In reports from that state In afford a "fl tilling Clfancei' for tne republlcm nomnloe. Jn Mississippi thero has been no campaign. In Florld-i, whero rer"-iu-Uians worn particularly hcUvo- tills venr, rt was asserteil the result was more lllcily to be nppnrent In the 'iglslatlvo ticket than In any otner way, In Norf.i Carolina where n vigor- otrrflght has been waged during tho campaign, there was no ornciai pre. election predictions. Tn Tenr.i Mse Governor Roberts' campaign for re-olectlonv inwlved echoes of the battle over rntlflca lion of tho woman suffrngo rmend mcnt anl managors for A. C raj- 'nr, his republican opponent, pro dieted tonight election of their m dldatc. SECRETARY BAKER IS SUED Patent Attorney nf Washington Mm $102,000,000 Irom Officials. WASHINGTON, Oct. 30. K. L. lllce. a patent attorney of Washing ton, today filed a damago ult against Secretary of War Ilaker and n num ber of officials of tho war depart ment, seeking damages of more than J102.000.000. lllce, who drew up hw own bill of complaint, states that on.August M"01'1'1 represent party converts, so 191C. ho submitted plans and sped-i','1.l"t i ndvocates alo prophesied f ... nl,nl.ine to .he war department and thnt a contract was 'i""'""" - awarded mm ror i.uuv injni that this contract was "pigeonholed" and that for this reason ho is enti tled to damages. Three Bodies Recovered FromWrcck; 10 Injured I.OR ANOKLKH, Oct. 30 Three ti.trfioa tin, I heen recovered ut 9:30 o'clock tonight from tlio wre ck or the eastbound panienger overland train No 102 near Verrsio, 10 milts ennt at P.nrstrpW. Cnl.. nccoraing in nfnrmntlnn nt the .offlciS of the Salt Lake route here. It wus sold 10 were Injured. Johesters in Kaysee Terrorize Car's Crew With'Bodtf of Woman KANSAS CITV,rMo Oct. 30, Halloween pranksters scorea one today on a trolley crow. I'nllco. an smbulanco and a wrecking crew were hurriedly summoned when a terrified car crew found the "body" of u wo man Jammed beneath the trucks of their car on reaching the barns. Police and the wrecking crew raised the car and hauled out the "body," It was a shapely tailor's dummy. Uken by jokesters irom a nearby dressmaking establishment. MAJOR PARTIES CLAIM VICTORY Republican and Democrat Chairmen See Support for Their Cause TflTFQ MAVQ' PI AIM OO Olnl L.O nnlO ULnliVI G. O. P. Certain of Polling 38G Electoral Votes as Min imum, Ho Announces COX WILL WIN, WHITE AVERS Says Last Minute Survey Con vinces Him Prediction of Success Was Right Ohio's Greatest Campaign Closes for Native Sons COLUMIH'H, Ohio, Oct. 30. Ohio's greatest political campaign In which three of her native sons aro presidential cnndldutcM, prac tically canto to a. close tonight. Chairman George H. Clurk of tlm republican state committee) Issued a statement tonight de claring that Harding will enrry Ohio by 200.000 votes. Chair man W. W. Diirbln of the demOr cratlc state committee, declared the verdict In Ohio "will be over whelmingly decUlvo" for Govern or Cox. Ho did not clvo nn es tlmato of expected pluralities, Senator Harding will leavo for Marlon tonight, Where ho will .vote Tuesday nnd receive elec tion returns nt hi" home. Gov ernor Cog will go dlroctly to Dayton after his Toledo speech Monday night nnd will reielvo election Returns In his nowspapor office. Tiy The AMoelal- Press. . NKW YOItlC, Oct. 30,-j-Tne presi dential r.tmnalgn of 1920. waged principally around tho lengun of n'a- tlgiis, formally closed tonight. Tonight tho leaning ngureit on re mihllcun and democratic ticket addressed audiences In tho cost and middle west. Tomorrow tnty will rwl. Monday will- bring the last tncil of cnmimlgn horns and tho last flaro of red light. Tho fmio Old (Stuff. .But although on Monday thero will bo staged tho final skirmish for votes, tho real battle ended to night. It was marked as every presl dentlal campaign Is marked, with cxpre:Jnns of confidence In victory from rival headquarters. "The evidence of tho overwhelm ing republican victory hourly In creases," was the statement nf Will H. Huys, chairman of tho republican national oommlttce. "It Is now cer tain that tho republicans will havo n minimum total of 380 doctoral Votes. Wo will have a. greatly In creased majority In tho house and a substantial majority In tho sen ate." Gent-go While Also Confident. This from George Whlto, chair man of the domocmtlc national committee "Cox nnd Hoosevelt will win. Thev will have a partv majority In the srnatc and house." Socialist headquarters, while mak. Ing nn claim of electoral votes pre dieted that tho party would poll the largest vote In Its hltory 3y 000.000, some leaders claim. X'hll iiHirrtlng thnt many of these ballon "'"" """" r.-.resrm u pro- vnio against Imprisonment of "political prisoners" Including Ku- gene V. "liens All parties tpok Into consideration- Election Returns GET THEM HOT OFF THE SPECIAL LEASED WIItES AT , TFIE WORLD'S PARTY ' CONVENTION HALL Tuesday Night National, state and county returns by special telegraph wires direct to Convention hull. 1 Out-of-Town People Especially Invited Every bulletin megaphoned to audience promptly upon receipjtr- MUSIC BY PItOTHERO'S BAND AND ERNEST PRANG STAMM, ORGANIST Smoking permitted in balcony Party starts at 7:P0 o'clock. Doors Wide Open Everything Free Thousands Join in Chase For Alleged "Check Artist Tulaa's Saturday Night Crowd Furnished Sensation as Police Shoot Into Air, Pursuing Man Who Offered $872 Check on "Harry Sinclair" Wile ii pollro chased Merle Monro. I alleged cheek nrllst, through the business district about n n'rlnck lint illr,"' "'K"l. '' Third and Main nlid esst on Third, firing pistols In Ito the nlr In a vain attempt to stop Ttl.n fi,rlflt.K rt .iritt,l ..f 4 nflll t....tlt Jolned In and moblied- flliobt the prisoner nnd enptors when tlm clinse flnnlly ended behind u large sign board In the rear of tho Kxchango National bank Moore, who had been arrested be tween HcVnnd and Third for attempt ing to pasn a oheck t the Curlls llruwn Clothing store, bruko away from It. Hire, tilalnrlothesmnn, at Second and Main, when th officer turned o itpvnk to an nnnunlntnnre. Tho fleeing prisoner dodged u pa trolman and two traffic officers at tho corner of Third nnd Main but was caught by C. It. Houghton, traffic officer, During the chase seveinl shots wero fired and with mob eagernris GOVERNOR ASKED - ABOUT POLICIES Requested to Explain His Interview in Compar ison With Action BprcUl to Tli WnrM. l'ONCA CITY, OCt. 30. wny tlm state bank commissioner has ordered paid nil loans mado tn wheat and other farmers for handling their crops nnd the slate treasurer at tho same time has drawn on till state banks for 20 per cent of stnlo money on deposit, nro features of the fol lowing questions sent to Governor Robertson of Oklahoma today, by the Itopuhllcart Women's club of ronrit city, asking (in immediate answnr-: , Drrtr Governor: In Ihe Dally Oklahnnmn of Inst Mimilay, October 25, there up pen red the following In terview credited to you In discuss Ing the cotton market situation. Tho fnrmer Is being mado To sutler from money stringency, produced largely by tho demands of big bank ers for conti action of loans msde for political purposes to hurt deinocritle chances In tho eleotlon Whetlmr rntton shall be Klnpitd or not Is n secondary consideration, Tho real question la" selling tho colon, the farmer Is being cheated out of n Just prlco for his cotton. The small banks are being upset and mado tin easy, general dissatisfaction Is being produced, Thero docs not seem to bo unything we con do hero to chock tho manipulation. I "Now (Jovernor, In view of several things that have happened lately In Oklahoma administration circles, how do you reconcile your Interview with tho letter of October 18, sint out by your stnlo.bank commissioner calling In tho loans of the farmers'' "How do you think your state treasurer is assisting tho present financial situation by withdrawing 20 per cent of tho stain funds from banks for tho purpose of buying state bonds, which aro already financed at a tltno when all tho state money possible should bn Ml In the banks to help finance the situation? "Are tho good offices of the stale of Oklahoma being ussd to thwart tho plans nnd endeavors of tho farm ers tn get a Just prlcu for their wheal and cotton? Why are you not doing things that would nsslst ihnirt Instead of forcing them to place their products "n the market 7 "Is John Whltohurst, president of ilu. sinif lirmrd of ot'rUulliire. In ac cord with these policies If the itte treasurer Is buying bonds from Whal financial Institution Is ho buy ing them? An Immediate answer Is ,l..lred as ul those questions nro pertinent to all the rllizi ns of Um the streets, streamed on (tin heels of the pur iulng offlceis, Confusion villi h reigned for half an hour, diunornl- ircil traffic mid motor cars weie lliiid up for blocks wltlf horns honking and drivers "raving." Mourn, who gave his. ago lis 19 and IiIh residence as Omaha, said he won a check which nn mndii out to A. I. Hwnln and signed by "Harry Hlncbilr" - for S7 3 In a crap game It was drawn on n local bank Mooie first attempted to cash It In a trntis.iclloli at the wnssermim Jew ell store. (injected, 1m bought a suit of clothes nt tho Curtis Hi own store nnd attempted to pay for It with tho oheck. Ho wns ngaln turned down and while clerks Involved the cnistonW In conversation, police were cnlled Officer lllce arrested Mnofo at the door of the establishment and wns taking the youth to hendiuartrrs when tho "break" came. BULLETIN! LOH ANOKLKH, Oct. 30. UK nro known to havo been kll led and 15 Injured In tho wieok of the Pacific Ovfilnud train No, 102, neur vminii. Calif., according to a message re- cl.'Vii hero tonight by Walter VI. Cnmstqek, general manager of tho Halt IMko route from Las Vegas, Nevada. Pact Would Put U.S. on Tail of, Britain's Kite liv ICAT1J llAll.NAUI), DKNVKIt, Colo., Oct. 30. Tho Wilson Iiague c. nn pels America, ; protect from ntti.ck 40 king doms nnd empires. It will lax your homo from your bond ud 1h i. bread from your children's mouths In order that our armies shall police Kuropu nml light for foreign kit gs. Only tho Interna tional bankers want II to pro tect their foreign limns. Tho league sots up u super-state ncrous tho sen so that wo shull bo ruled frvm n"ross tlm watni. It signs a wny with the pen tho In ilepcndincu Washington won with tho sword, Tliu Wilson lengun makes America a tall to the IlrltUh kiln. A REPUBLICAN' HOUSE CongrcHsituui IVsh of Ohio, I'rcdlrtH Ncuiito and CougroH Will Hold i.imhI .Majority for (i. O, I'. COLUMHUH, Ohio, Oct. 30 Wlien the next congress convenes, tho Ro- publican majorities In both hounvs will show large Increases, according to a pro-election statement Issued here tonight by Congressman Hlmnn O. Kess, of Ohio, chairman nf tliu national Republican congressional committee. Ills foiocunt, based on nn nnalyirlsi or reports rrom mi congressional dis tricts In tho countfy, Is tli;it the Re publican margin In tho house will bo Increased from 15 to at least 87, and that of the senate from two to a minimum of II, umj possibly 17. giving that body a "safe" working majority. In making thin forecast. Con gresnmnn Kess declared Ibut so far as tho house Is concerned 27 stateH am Included In tho "sum Itepubllo an" column. Ho stllnated thesti states will return 3.28 Republican congressmen a gain of 20 from those states. Tcas Legion to Olwno Nov. II. KOIIT WORTH. Texas, Oct. 30. Stain Commander Roy O. Sherry of me American i,-ginn in n statement nr'rr.'r, Hon ono minute, facing west, Novum- ber ll. In memory of the American soldlars killed In thn world war Quits Shipping Board Because English Hold 70 Per Cent of Jobs I'ARIH, Oct. 30.- William 3. Ol sen. director In Krnnc.e nf the I'nlted States shipping board, je signed today us a protest beam no 70 per cunt of thn board person nel in Hurope Is KngHsh. In submlitlng his resignation, OIm'ii dnuiared that !i does not believe the shipping board's organ izations ran have tho slightest success "until It Is completely Ainei Icanlzed." Olseii. in his statement, placed thn blame for the conditions will. Ii he crltltclsed on I'rank K Kerrls, chief Uurnpcari cuminlsxloner for the shipping board wl'h headnunr ters In I.nudon. Ill Mid he pro tested to tho shipping board heads limpid who crowded HARDING WITH COX STILL URGES LEAGUE ADOPTION His Campaign Practically in.. .1.. tiMit. ci I.i Appeal for Pact WANTS PROMISES KEPT Says Wilson Would Be Heady to Hctlro If He Know Cov enant Would Bo Endorsed PIIICAdO, Ort. 20.OovoNlor Cox virtually finished his cnmpnlwn here tonight with n series of speech es, in which ho pounded homo his iMiituo of nations nnd other doc nines. Kxcept for a final speech next Monday night at Toledo, today wan tho last nnd a rushing day of campaigning for thn democratlo enn dldnte. Agnlii llc-pcnls Irf'ngnn Hon. In addresses here, at (Inry. Ind., and IOvhihAoii. III., flovernor Cox predicted Victory for "tho eausn of neiirn" ni.iK UrUVil lis ntldieilCfi 10 "tho cnusn of ticacn" nnd urged his alldlencn lo "vote as our soldiers rmiulil-i-li end thn war." Thnt American entrance Into tho ten iron nf nations was a "litedgo" til tlio men who fought In tho world war nnd In I heir mothers - -a bond In end war forover, If possible and nU so a measure for nallonat and world progress, econnmlo it nil .niorai, wns sti'i'ssi-d bv Oovernor Cox In nil of today's nddresses, Jin roneraieu vc- lu.tiient nltackn unon tho lengun potl lion of Hcnntor Harding und ollnir opponents. aImi Atiiicnls for Wilson, Ti,,iur In. t I'resldent Wllinn would be ready lo retlrn from publlo llfo If the lenguu "pledge" should bo kept was expressed by tho governor I to an iiudleiicn of women. "Ho thinks or ono uiinn nun thing only." Oovernor Cox said, "Ho talks of It mom than anything else, nnd It Is tills' That ho giivn iv promise lo the mother of Ariiijrl' u. nnd Hint thn promise has not bmn kepi. I nm curtain that If ho know definitely that ill" tioinise won in kept, he would bn perfectly willing to ennoluilo his participation In nil pbbllc nffalrs, either officially cr privately. Predicts Smokeless Clilinncrs. Tlio women's meeting oponud the unvernor's program hero. CM" nfternoon tho nndldnto gave Ills Views Oil lillior, setliemein m miniv without "Iho bayonet" nnd other In dustrial (iiiestlnns to n crnwu "t r.ary, Returning here, tho governor motored o i.vnnson, uiwjussmih leaguo Issiicm with an nudlenco it v7.M,wii.rn university. His mu seum meeting tonight wan preceded by n nutnmobllo pnrniln, wuu ren torchlights, fireworks and other spectacular fnntures. Aftnrwnrd, ,ia... nl Cnrler It. Harrison Technical school and Ht. Htnnlslaus ailiUtorlum wero tlio closing ovenis of the dny'H tiroitrnm. "I know he's going to stay In Ohio after March 4," (lovernor ox " I'ONTINltKD ON I'A'IK KOI'llTKKM Women Cause Downfall of Tom Slaughter Gang HOT Hl'HINOH. Oct. 30. --Tom HIniiDliIrr ii rid Kiilton (Ireene, alleged bandits it ri it bank robbers captured yesterday nt H"da. Kail., today went inrtiri.il liv Mie L'rnrirl Inrv here on a chnrgn ,of murder for tho dciilh of Deputy HUurirr Howe nrown oi iinr land cnuniy on October 10. The cap ture of the men wanted In Oklahoma nn,i Tens also on charges of bnnk robbery was the penult t an nllegl ronfesslon of two women held hero for several drfys. with whom the men had arranged a meeting at Sedan. Tho women were released. ,Cam Cumnbcll Predicts CoX ttlld Ferris Victory OKLAHOMA CITY. Oct. "30. Cain Campbell, chairman of tho democratic state committed, today predicted that Oovernor James M. Cox would carry Oklahoma by i0, 000 majority. It was his formal pre diction of Tuesday's results. He also forecasted the election of Hcott Ker rls to the'l'nlted States sennte by a plurality of from 10.000 to 50,000 runi-ml of Hurry Wilson. Kunernl services for Harry Wilson, r.-vrsr-old son of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wilson, 2RU. Hast Second, who dlrd at the family homo lato Krlday afternoon, were held at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon from thn chapel of the Tusa Undertaking company Interment wns Iti Horn Hill. 9 llrst Snow Storm Strikes. IOAIIO KALI.fl, Idaho. Oct. 30 Tho llrst big snowstorm of the sea son, a regular old fashioned hllziard li veloiie1 lasl lllttht after It lliiv's I windstorm The snow la being drift- RESTS CAUSE PUBLIC OPINION SUBMITS APPEAL FOR SOBER VOTE Leaves His Chances With "Dependable, Intelli gent Citizens NE SEEKS CONFIDENCE Sayn Democratic Maniigcra Have Thrown Fojt About Stand on Vital Issues DAYTON ROARS APPflOVAL Trail of Nominee, in Cox's Territory, Marked by Ap plause for II is Doctrines COLUMHUH. O.. Oct. 30. Rest. Ing thn republican cnusn on an ftp Ileal to "dupendnblo Intelligent pub- llo opinion, Mounter Harding told the voters of the nation In his. final campaign speeches today and tonight that his party 'wnutnd it calm, so ber verdict at the polls, based on good faith und attained by honest political methods. Delivers Last Kluinp McfcHRKc. Coming to Columbus after it tin) nt campaigning over tho stumping ground of Ills oppouont. (lovernor Cox, tho republican nomlnea deliv ered to it big meeting In Memorial mitt hern, his last campaign men saga from tho stump. in an his spoechcB, Mr. Harding niuphnslseil his stand on domestic) Issues which ho declared to demo emtio iiianagurs had sought to ob scure) by a fog of debiitn about the league of nations. Ho ulso assorted over and over that It was tho "con fidence" of Um nation to whloh ,ho was speaking und that tho inothpds of his part) In campaign had lifcfln rrno irom seotlonal or class ftppoal. On the way horo from Cincinnati, where ho spent lasl night, tho wim tor spokn at Mlddletown, thn boy- iiimmi numo oi iiovernor Cox, at Dayton, Whom ho nnw liven fltlrl nl Springfield, tho home of ono of the Cox newspapers, In nono of hla snetchcM did he mention his oppo- nwiiv ujr iiuiiu-, nut no mano many references to the democratic noni lii e's rampnlgn utterance and vtrfcoU In pointed terms his own reply to thorn. Argues; for. Tariff. At Mlddletown, whoro many steel workers wVn In tho crowd, Honator Harding arXjied for tho protnctlvo tariff policy, to preserve- the Amer ican steel Industry. "Wo nro witnessing today," ho said, pructlcally thn close of n great political campaign and Is one speak Ing for tho republican party I ro Jolco to say to you that wo havo tried to molto our appeal to tho confi dence of tho American uuople. Wo have tried to speak to the Intelll getico of America, because In popu lar government dependable, Intelli gent publlo opinion Jh tho final au thority." Will .Mako No Apologlift. "Wo have sought o promote) unity niy understanding. Wo have souglu to bring Anierlcann togethir Wo havo Mought tn eliminate all thirug'it of class. We have sought lo Ignore every suggestion of section, nve, mom, thero Isn't anything that has luppeiicd In this ciimpuign that the ii pul llcaii iKirty or Its nomlnco Is ever going to bo called upon t npologlye for." At Daytcn the crowd cheered his hits nt one-man government ami bade him goodbye In a great oar of applause when the train pulli.d out. M was the republican noinlni ' - urni L.iiiiiniigu timi id tun noTie town of his opponent nn ir his tals; lu declared his hesitancy nbi.ut 1'iii'Hlng a rc-pui'llcan iness.im, the "I have some liollin about tbJ ethics of polities," ho said, "whl h made ntc feel that I didn't cure to i-omo lo Ilnyton with u republican misung- nnd personally deliver It. I like tn respect those who soko for oppriHllo parties. I ii m n bellnvur In goerninent through imHtlriil pjir tic it. II has been my good furtunu io ! r tiinl upon as the candidate roKTisi'r.n tix pa'IK I'oimitkkn New York Life Insurance Co. Farmer & Duranj SI'KCIAL ALKS'I'S ' 203 Tolaco lllilg. 1'liouo 19f In tho United States but without ed deep by a 40-mllo galo. The torn avail. 'pcraturo Is 26 above, f ... v?. nn n im.iiatr. rhoni Hto. 1(00. AmbuUBeirJc. Adt, p. rn.