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VOL. XV., NO. 342
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OE VALERA'S NOTE;
Invites Irish Chief to
h Conference With
ONE CONDITION MADE
Ire nil Must Rcmnin in Em
pire, Sole Basis on Which
Parley Is Offered
PEACE OR WAR ARE ISSUES
Negotiations Have Reached
Stage Which Presages
Crisis Near at Hand
11 s,. A .rorUtsd Press.
, LONDON, Sept. 8. The nrltlhli
J ruliliirt has Invited Mr. do Viileru to
send delegates, to 11 I'lmfrn'tico with
the cabinet ministers ut Invcriire.s on
N ptrinbcr 20, according to the Dnllj
.Mall's Inverness correspondent, tvlio
"(Jul) nno condition Is Imposed,
namely, flic iindcrMniidlnc th.it In'
In ml must remain , within the em.
Dr t sirlntf-il I'm
INVLRNKHS. Scotland. Sept. ".
A di'ismn, whlrh may mean pcaci
or wr with Ireland, wiw taken by
the I-.rJtlsh cabinet In an all-Important
meeting hero today. The tiav
irnment H rrply to Kamnnn do Vn
lra, tho Irldh republican leader,
unanimously approved bv the minis,
(us. has been dispatched to Dublin
through tho intermediary of Hubert
C tl.irton, tho slnn feln courier, who
carried the dall elreann'n message to
Premier I-loyd OeorRe and who was
hroucht Into the council chamber
while the council wax In i-cmlon.
Directly after tho ministers had
reached their decision came tho an
nouncement that a committee con
sisting if the ministers now In Scot
lnd had been appointed with full
Iiotvers to deal with the situation the
moment Do Valera'a further anewer
-1 LviHi.tirii!. me pre
mier Austen Chamberlain: Karl
Curmn Sir laming Wnrthlngton
Kvnns Winston Spenerr ChurchlP.
Edward Shortt, Hnhert Monroe,
. Ird Ttirkt.nlmu.l ulH II ...... ..
VI and Sir Robert Stevenson
........ i ii a l is iiiKen to mean inc
government has aipolnted the com
rnltite of ministers to mee: the
Irish plenipotentiaries, should Olr.
rt aTii be ready to proceed on
( In 'curtesy to Mr. tie Valrca, the
'ablnetH reply will not he made
. puhlk until sufficient tlmo has
' elapM'd for Its delivery.
It is understood, however, that
further opportunity has been af.
forded the republican lender to ro
rentlder his position carefully and
that nothing has been dono In any
"n9 Inimical to peace and good
"ill. should tho moro moderute
nne of tho features of the day
jwis the premier's conference with
'be king at Moy hall, which lies
abnU. 12 miles from Inverness. It
ahted fully two hours, and the king's
int. e interest In tho negotiation Is
jonsidered a most significant ilgn
looKing to conciliation.
in i, i'hj:vi:nt w.mi.
! n. AM.utril J'r.
I 1 HI.IN. Sept. 7 Activity Is ap
parer. n moderato Irish circles to
rrsvent a rupture of negotiations
iiJ 'lie rejection of the terms until
tie oreclso slgnlflcanee of Premier
'.l"vd (ienrae's offer Is detinitely
."ruined. Kir Horace Plunkett,
0o whs chairman of tho Dublin
r eii Hop, and Captain Harrison,
"""nan of the dominion leagun.
wav addressed a Joint letter to
Jr.ar.rin do Vnlera nnd the members
his Miblnet, In which they say:
Should Arrppt Status.
'(eland would he well advised, to
' i'' dominion Ftatus. If It Implies.
" believe It must, full legislative
"r xecmive and ecouomlo Inde
" o, o nnd Imperial relationship.
"onlng as to policy and action
" o operation founded on mutual
"tr.'-nuint arrived at by consent and
airing with It direct representation
" he Imperial conference and tho
l-'.B.ie of nations.
it would reasonably follow tha.t
S, arceptancfi by solemn treaty
intoinion status by Ireland would
ae. ompanled by extension of con
' 'em agrenments to regulate co
J' anon between Ireland and tho
' r units of tho empire In all
nr 'awry matters,"
lI;ri SITUATION. -
r'l 11LIN. Kept. 7. Word from In
nJIks tnfl1 ,ho nrltlsh cabinet had
PPOlnteil n commltteo to deal with
! 'n'ra'a reply lends strength
r "Ptlmlsm In Dublin that the
"Rotiarions will not lm broken
m ers of the slnn fcin continues
" profess confidence In tho ultimate
' " and decl.irii that tfiey do not
i"' t renewal of tho wurfore
" i:MI0. Ambulanct rlce, A4vt
In Kansas Talk
NEWTON, Kan . Sept 7 Re
duction nf tiflv.il armaments Is
not enough, the world should be
madn navyks-i, Wlliam O Mo
Adoo, former sc. rctary of the
United St.iti'H trr.iMiry and for
mer director general of railroads,
declared In an a (1 J r etui hero to
day "Discussion of nival reduc
tions brings up the larger ques
Hon -why should t Ivlltznd na
tion have nvles at All'" he said.
"What would follow their com
plete abolition? Security, of
courm, for every -nation against
honitllci attacks bv urn."
"We should obtain out of the
forthcoming conference an agree,
nii'iit for reduction of naval ar
iii.iiiii.iiih but this should Htiiini
l.itn us to take the lead In effect
JnK the next great s'cp towards
peace, ,1 reform which will make
the seas great highways of pe.-o e
ful commerce. Let us not Mop
at u mere reduction of naval
armament let us Btrlvo for a
BY LEAGUE ORDER
Soviet Trade Treaty Is
Placed on Record by
CHILE WILL WITHDRAW
Envoy of South American Na
tion Renews Threat to
OENEVA, Sept. 7. Tacit recog
nition Of the Moscow soviet as the
covernlng power In ltntsla was ac
corded by tho league of nations this
Tho secretary general of the
league gave this afternoon notice
that the three treaties and One In
ternational agreement had been reg
istered at league headquarters. The
agreement mentlond was that no
gntlated between the soviet trade
deirgation and the American relief
(idnunlstra'lon. ThU wns the first
time that the soviet had been recog
nlzcd jiy tho league.
;KNUVA, Sept. 7 Senor 1M
wards, head of tho Chilean delega
tion to the league ofi nations meet
ing, today served formal notice on
the league assembly that Chile, will
withdraw from the leaguo If tho de
mands of Bolivia are accepted.
The Chilean envoy said his coun
try held that the league of rutlont
assembly was not competent to re
vise the treaty of 1904 between Chile
A was to Tarlfla Iniolvcd.
Note: Thn so-called Tacna-Arlca
dispute between Chile and Bolivia
concerns territory Bolivia has no
outlet to the Pacific and 4clalmed
territory at the extreme end of
Chile between Tama and Arlca. Un
der the treaty In iiurstion, Chllu re
talned th disputed ground but al
lowed Bolivia freo transport lo the
The dispute was referred to the
league of nations by Bolivia and the
Bolivian delegation demanded a re
vision of the treaty alone with rec
ognition of the nollvlan demands
"If the assembly accepts the de
mands of Bolivia, then Chile ran no
longer participate In the activities of
this assemhl.i ." said S nor Kdwards.
"If the league considers revision of
the Bolivian treaty, Oerm.iny may
later demand revision of th,. treaty
of Versailles. I ask that tho assem
bly take an immediate vote mi the
Bolivian Ik'lnjs Vote.
Senor Aramayo, head of tho Bo
livian delegation, In replying tn
Senor Edwards, said there could he
no hope of lasting peace In South
America if, the present Bolivian
Chilean treaty stands. Ha moved
that the Bolivian demands be sent
to a committee for execution.
The Bolivian envoy was successful
In obtaining delay. The assembly
decided to postpone further discus
sion of the Couth American dlsputs
until It could bo studied at greater
length with the understanding, how:
ever, that a definite decision be
reached before tho ajsembly ad
journs. Both sides agreed i this.
Canada Is determined to press her
fight for the elimination of article
10 of the league of nations cove
nant. This was revealed by Minister
of Justice Doherty of tho Canadian
cabinet and head of the Canadian
j WASHINGTON, Sept. 7. Plans
are being considered for the stand
ardisation of pnper to eliminate
waste and nuro high quality in the
manufactured product, tho com
menu department announced to
night The bureau of standards,
mnnuf.irturi'm and consumers, the
i department aid. are co operating In
; an effort to simplify sues, weights
and qualities and the development
1 of reasonable specification for the
various eriidcj of paper, . .
COTTON IN CLIMB
TO PEAK MARKETS
Exchange Session Most
Remarkable One on
MEANS BIG "INCOMES
Secretary of Oklahoma Rank
ers' Association Declares
' Farmer Reaps Profit
RISE IS SENSATIONAL ONE
Fortunes Won and Lost in
Frantic Scenes on Floor !
N. Y. Cotton Exchange 1
NEW ORLEANS, Sept 7 ---To- j
d.iy'H session In the rott, n m.irki't'
will go down as ono of the most re-'
markable nn record. Afler bilges
of 200 points on the opening ynll. ?
realizing .sale from the long side
commenced to press agalnA .ilues
and in the Lite trading r. .tilling be
came heavy enough to send prices
down to level 200 points off Iromj
Iliilc Is Imokt'il.
The rule limiting flu. tuatlons to'
200 points In one session was In-,
voked nn flu, n,..nlir t.. l,..,t t. I
advance and asaln on thn close to
check the declipc. The market
closed weak at the loweM of the
day nnd net unchanged throughout
the list In splto of the width of the
On the opening call firm trades in
each month were the full 200 points,
or J10 a bait- higher, allowed un
der the limit rule. October bulged
to 21 IDc and May to 22.10c now
high levels for the ser.son and the
highest prices in nearlj a year This
upward movement w.ik In sympathy
wllh about tho widest fluctuations
ever leglnterrd In the Mvtrpool
After tho Initial bulge tho mar
ket fell off 10S to 110 points under
realizing, but following the weekly
crop report from the governent,
which was called highly unfavor
able, strengthened again and at one
tlmo was within less than a half
cent of the. highest Reports of a
strong rpofdem.ind at prices from
ISO to 200 over board quotations
were a help to values for a while,
but gradual nallslng increased, and
In the lost half hou- of the session
was extremely heavy, tho market
falling unibr it to 19 40c for Oc
tober and 20 10c for May and clos
ing at then; prices,
OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 7. Eu
gt.no P. Gum, secretary of the Okla
homa Bankers assoclatiii, declared
her ctoday that the sudden rlsi In
tho price of cotton will mean nn In
ert ,ised Income lo Oklahoma cotton
growers of l!i.000,000 thlx year. He
said he bated hl figures on an es
timated yield In th state of 474,000
Oerson Weltennoffnr. cashier of a
local bank, and C. E. Daniel, mana
ger of the Petler.-il linden.. , liP..l.
bank here, com urred In Oum's state,
tnent. All three, agreed that tho pres. !
ent bulge Is probably ,i speculative! I
rice and will not be maintained, I
NEW YORK, Sept. 7 Portiinm '
were won and lost on the New York
cotton market today, a nms itlonal !
rise of more than 9 a bale being '
more than wiped out Just before the I
market closed by Just as sensational I
decline Tho market fell 200 points,
h,. limit iiei-niltf,1 In .!...-'
trading, meaning that intton went
down Jin a hale.
The net eh.uigo from yesterday's
i se w.l.s l J io i s iminis, winch
means a dei line of frfim SO cenui to
utime t ! 10 n linle llntler vrjlnr.lt,i.'ii 1
ATIiANTA, Oa Sept. 7 Dlsre
jaidlng. so far aa tho market is con
cerned, the fact that spot iottorln
coNTistruD on PAOt; Titni:t:
She Ncwls tho .Money!
ClfTCAOO, Sept. 7. Mim Cattier
Ino Peterson yearns for pretty
clothes and an education and has
decided she needs jll.'ioo to con
summato hor desires To anyone who
will prnvldo the 3,oori, she will
give herself In marrlagt, sho de
"I will marry at onceif neces
sary," sho said, "but l would pre
fer to wait until I have flnlBhcd
Mlsn Peterson Is 20, a blonde and
weighs 130 pounds.
Grh r Kills .Mnry.
WARSAW. N. J , S"pt 7. Grief
killed Mury Milts Stanlsh, whose!
fuiieial ton,, i t nv '-nines "'ie week
after the burial of Inr sweetheart,
Lloyd Warren of Hermitage War
ten was asphixated by fumes from
an autrmobile on which hp was
working In a small garage When
told of his death, Miss Standluh roll i
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPTUM HER 8,
Uninfluenced by Hysteria,
Rotarian Members Refuse
To Sanction Page Project
The quick and irrtaln reaction of
piib'l. opinion to 111 right side of .1
publi question wh-ii uninfluenced
bv the hj.terl.i of Hi moiiKilt wis
evidenced at the U diii'Pl,iy iiooii
d..y iniotlng of the Rotary lull In
the appljtirto (jiMii A I, I'nriner,
wmber of the airr In. nr. I, after
he had explained why the nmiiile
Minn connlder. il Ch tries IMkoV al-
leRed offer to furnish the rltv w iter
from Shell eri'rk not feasible and
oullined thfi present in 1 1 itic.s of t lie,
board wllh rj-epect lo tin- Sp.nlnaw
Knohloek Is (juletisl
. v.. nnui,i i.ns.-ii i ii. .miyi
dissenting volco and lie wa soon ,
fwuolrlud by the troublmome .pies. I
he wan unable to ,ins er. 'I here waif
no occasion !, put the muter to a
vote. It being eo plainly demonsirnt-
ed that the Kotarlnns .ih h body ara
with the boird In Its underiiiklnc.
' I ' " 'oiioisi. ii ii inn-1
ted that m bus made lio cllelnkal
analysl.s of the Shell i-ieck water', acceptance of any proposition he
and knew only what Pago had told might make would mean a doubling
nun niiuiu u.
"The public mind h i been In-
flamfd. nnd not without cause, dur-
Ing tho pist few wcoka because of
t lie bad cumlll Ion of the water flow-
lng through the city mains, Parmer
uia "in ,1.... Ai.,.. i...
.,, ti uoii.i (i ti.ii .1, in, us
are not a aifo guide to sine and
SEEN BY MEXICO
Belief General New Basis
or Idea InterclianRe
Will Be Presented
SUMMERLIN IN DENIAL!
American Charge d'Affaircs
Has Received No Notice of
Any Change in Attitude
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 7 AI
though an Impasso apparently exists
between the Mexican and ' United
Stntes governments on the question
of recognlllon of Mexico due tn the
Mexican government's rufue-al to sign
a treaty of amity and commerce as
a prior act. exprisslons of tho belief
ure general In .lcbo t'ltv that
something Is going on behind the
scones In nn attempt tn break the
deadlock, but at the same time to
place neither nation In the light of
receding from its original position.
On Np Basis,
The local newspapers, quoting
both American and Mexic-in'soiirres.
assert that a new bisn for an Inter
change of Ideas between George T.
Stimmerlln. the American charge d'
affaires and Senor Paul, the Mexican
foreign secretary, Is being estab
lished. Mr. Summerlln. denying
noiincements In this morning's news-
naners that be had received In-
structlnns from Secretary Hughes to I If '" strive for that, if it m tuullv I opinion ailvan.-ed In niflrlal clrclm
take up the matter of recognition happens and It will, wo will got i her today l-Vanco and Italy are
nf Mexlca along new lines, told the work. Plenty of employment will be determined tn pn.i eed with the man
Associuted Press today that so far furnished " I date quest Inn m . m ding to the treaty
us ho was concerned the question of I At lll' "n P'aee In the tnrfe- nf Veis.iilles and w ill i ef use, to renew
recognition remained where It had 1 ',n"r nieetlng did the black elcujd of I the negotiations on the subject
been and that he had niade'tu, rep- unemployment cast a shadow and. It Is stut.il on Hie best of .iiiiborl-
risentatlons to tho forclmi office!1"'1,1 nM" C- Hopkins arose
OH Men Return.
The return to New York of the
heads of the five oil companies In
expected here to result shortly In
the publication of the detailed terms
of the agreement between tho oil
men nnd the Mexican officials which
Is construed as containing elements
which will contribute lo a rpec-dv
clearing up of the International sit
uation. That the confeience terminated
amicably seemingly Is teniflcd to
by the payment within the past
PONTtNl KD ON PAOK TWO
in a swoon whn h wh.s followed by
a brief pnriod of sumt-i'iuiscious-nes,n
and licit: . u -n. until dcnh o. -currcd
Those sensitive Cops.
ORANGE, N. J . Sept. 7 Police,
men In this town and in East and
West Orange are sensltlvn about tho
way In wlili h blueeoats are de
pleted In tho movies.
At their annual convention today
portraying policemen with "funny
looking caps ami cooper shields"
They wl aiik the statu board of mo
tion .picture censorship to prevent
A r'niiiervallvi. I.'sllinale.
WASHINGTON. S- pt. 7. The
pin-Rel bunk of the awrapo Ameri
1- 4s in August i
than In July
jid ng to the
monthly circulation st.i'ement is-
News Sketches of the Passing Show
sued today by the trerusury ho said Ho comfortable but d n i Tho elder boy 3 years old fe Mm
On August 1. tho per capita clr- be salary slackers because there are raby nearly a, doicn pills uf var
gulatloti i-n an estimated population hundreds of caacs of disabled men ivus Kinda.
satisfactory roii. 'um.wik The water
bf..nd. of curm' should Imcl Itself
!,''''',''!'"!)" 'S."!' ,
. ' ' r " ' J.r
rt isns v (lie pun
resent i hi- nubile
but In the pr.Msnt rase must wall
mini the ptibll,' mind has oppnr-
tunlty for reflection. Mi-niber ''f
the bimrd hac sprnt ikn In
xtudMntt the uater stiu.il i . n uu Hie
thrreforo more conirmant with itk
vhtIouh tih.ifi-H tlun peris.inii who!
.." m"y """r 11 'r"' ''""
lVan Ine's rniisJtlon,
"In The World this morning we,
Informed the public of rr.isonn why
file. P. lire tirntwt.ltlftn rt.itl.l a.r., I.u .
considered at this time. Page li.m
W( n rteflnlte proposition. He.
foro )le rml,i ay hln pipeline and
K,., anen cre.-K water Here til' rlty,
w h,iu ample filtration capacity!
l(1 render Impossible a reoc.-urance
r t), conditions which h.ivn hit-!
r,if.,i the city thin past summer (or I
, i... .v.
the board hupri to have Spuvliuiw
, .u.-iler rioulni- tlirnnoli lh. ,l.
e wuuin mean a uoiiiiinig
es. Hut in. .re than the,,,-
i- board does not believe
can deliver to the illy a
,,f watrr ra1
i -asomi the
'hat Pige i
siiffleleiit quantity of water, In
which rao It would have to bn
mlxtil with Arkansas river .water
t .... ......i 1 i..,..M .. .i....
..in, v .- i,n ,,u iiu uuiiri iiu Ill-ill
wo are now."
" - -
FORM TULSA CLUB
Out of Work, Tbev Ask
rY... n. (,.,; 4 ir.l..
iui Wiin i,viiii u,v t-u huiji
CONFERENCE IS HELD
Agree to Work Wjjh Officials
and Civic Clubs to Bring
About Good Times Here
"A greater Tulsa with a popula
tion of 2S0.OOO by 1330. We believe
It We will do our best to make It
Such was tin- sentiment al the
unemployment meeting' held in,- Independence f America as well
Wednesday night In the Moos" hall ,iIOso that adopted Amercan In
The tnnlto came after the meeting t II ut I. ms lis their own. I seems to
had been organized Into a Greater , I... about Mini- for in. to rise up atid
Tulsa club" i iiiiy that Amerlrn shall be ruled and
Culled as a meeting to provide j governed by American cIIIzciih and
means to settle the unemployment not by organlz itlons which havn
situation here and with forci.ists for their own selfish purpon lo serve."
a session or pessimism, thn I.'iO la- I The Incident, however, did not dn
borers, SO per cent of wlioin were velop Inlo a debate and ended wllh
out of work, with an optimism that ' General Pershing's speech
startled, cast aside the problem of: -
presc-nt employment and began
plannlnc for the betterment of
Want to Sco Tulsa Grow.
As one sneaker from the ranks nf
the laborers expressed It "We have
Tulsa at heart. Wo are fur Tulsi
We want to see her irrow. sen IndusV
try come here and we are for a 2 fi 0 . -
000 population In 10 years, because
ana mauc an appeal ror the cx-serv-
be men, for whom he said did not
ask i-harltv. but an equal ih.ui. e
i Ytt J , A, iwi-'n j
.,..,-, nun ,,..,., ii 11,-mi no ,-ii in inr
i nv at the present time Hut. In
said, this small army Is no worse,
and in many cases not ns ti.nl as In
other sections of the country.
Scheduled speakers of tin- meeting
were Mayor T D. Evans. Col. Ira
U Reeves, director of the Chamber
of Commerce, E. B. Oberholtzcr, su
perintendent of schools, and Rev
Harold O. Cooke.
( iberholtzer, who appeared In tho
CciNTINttKn (V; PA'iK TWO
of 10S.22f,.O00 persons was :.3.
which on September 1 had dropped
to JiJtl nn the basis of an csll
mated population of ins 31,
They All Like Diamonds.
SOUTH GLOUCESTER. N. J
Sept 7. In the, craw of ,-i thicken
killed today for Mrs. Edwin
Rloome's table, she found her 13,000
diamond engagement ring, lost four
Ciiii (Jo Hie Limit Now.
CHICAGO Sept. 7 Robbed
hair and short skirts have reiclved
Unc Sam'H approvil In the fed
er.'il board for vticitloii.il training
lure. Hut Col. Charles R l-'otbe.
the director, drew the line on pow.
dercd noses, loafing or nital 'alls
during offlco hours
Wear anything you please gl'ls '
BY GOMPERS TALK
General and Labor Head
Hat Verbal Tilt at
New York Dinner
SAID LABOR WON WAR.
Military Man Takes M.vcep-
i:,, ui,.i.,,,i t.l
lli.il 11, , , I i I I , 1 1 ,,ifi,iu
by Federation Head
UinflM'T flPTFRMINF POI IPY"
,, , . .
SnVS Coilt'eilSUS of Opinion,
Not Organization, Regu
WASHINGTON. Sept 7. (leneral
rersliing ami rs.ininel Uompern
till l.isl nlIH in ri dinner nli-
"he ' onelusinn "f the exercises here
celebrating tjif.iv eite. Mai no Day At
i i-iem .1 ung ijii.ij rue. .Mai ne unj- ai
least official Washington regards I:
as a clash over "whellier labor won
the wi "
OomperH had spoken on the after
.dinnei progiani nnd while lie iii.i.im j
no ilnlm 'hat labor won the war, he,
ili.l t.ll .r il.. ..r a.av'
,., ,u,i ,., inn
Icili I'eiier.illnn of lilinr dn
war n( )P,.Ured that lire
the diiiry of the Unlled Htal' lt
sympathy wan with thexrause of tho
Answers 'I.'ilior Leader.
rtnerat Pershing, however, ap
pirently regarded Mr.. Cloinpers re
marks as a claim that labor had
won the war Some of those who
heard his remarks quote him no hav-
"ik i'i nubstaniiaiiv:
I ln" Plll MiH republic are
I not rietermlurii by latior union or by
any other organizations hut by thn
consensu:, of opinion of Us patrlolln
citizen.', of whatever nf filiations.
I want to say that every Amer
ican I a patriot whether he belongs
to some jaiior organisation nr la Just
an ordinary t'lllrn and that It Isn't
a question nf labor union; It Isn't
a question of whether wn beloni; to
some asH'iclntlon or not.
Question of Patriotism,
' It Is ,s qiieetion of whether we are
loyal cltlrens of tho I'nlted Slates.
I am hero to say to you that the
members of thn labor unions weren't
the only onew who won the war. It
wna the citizens who Inherited their
pntrlollnm from their forefathers
who nunc in runs In the Mayflower
and helped ibMeimiiin ami decide
U. S. NOTE WON'T OPEN ROW
I'ri'sldrui llarilliig's Message on
Miindnlo Not Coutrnvrrslal.
LONDON. dept. 7 President
Harding's new mandate note to the
league uf natlmni will not result m
reopening the iiuestion of mandates
by tho allied powers, aceoidlng to
i- Whitehall that A. J Balfour
wj,u i now In Uinevii, attending tho
leaguo of nation meeting, regards
the Amei It an note as adding nothing
new In the mandate controversy
To A I Ion- lllsi'iiiiiu,
lly Assciflslf.t I'r.ss hints Wlrs
i IK LA IK 'MA CITY. Sept 7.
Telegraphic InstriK Hons have been
received by .1. Montcmayor, Mexl.
can consul hem, It was .itiiiouuci'd
today, that n 20 per rent discount
will be allowed by both the Ameri
can arid McxImiii latlroads nn th"
.are of tourist parties who are going
io visit I ho centennial c piiuttliin at
Mexico City, In progress this month
.lU.iitlng our ntti alien And when
a rippled doiigbl.ny , inn, a in lure,
smllo his dis. niiiagenient away."
CEDAR RAPIDS, la. Sept 7. -After
a despei ate fighter life In
an automobile -n the main business
Htreet hire Miss llertlu Sh.inkc
pretty stenographer, was shot lo
death todnv by Edward Chocholka
young business man. The sl.iyei
leaped from the machine,' ran a few!
stens and committed suicide
According to polite, Miss Shank
was fighting "for her honor." Her
clothes were practically torn from
her form during the battle.
Pills ratal In Italic.
WlL.-iiS' S.-pl 7 Douglass Witt.
I month., o.d mn nf Vi h Win
of im i i-.ii l.i i is d.-aj a- 'hi
res 'i c i . i, r ,. tiers "playing
dm tor 13 wan reported today
1 1 PACKS
Scrubs Lucre I ia,
Susie, and Lizzie
U A-.IIIM.TON. Sept
v..tin'eir -el ubw omen s briK i i
wi 'ernM loil.ii bv ni'-nihiis
f i' i Viiinnai woman oait
io I a - iiibhlnii gl. n to ihr ni.ii
l-le si Hues in tile inpllol of Hlisnll
! Anthony. Elisabeth Cn.ly Sl.-tn
i-oi ami I.in l eil.i Molt, woman
' Din nnd dusi of inotitbs was
reiiioi.it fr.an the fa.es i.f mn
patlifindeis ' said Mrs C L
Itnbey of Virginia, who headed
the K. lllbl'lllR sqlll.l which W.'lll
rfcrulted at the "wilti'lltow er,
the suffrige lieadquarli'rH oppo
site th- iipltol
The w I, lin n said a laiiipalgn
would be hemm lo give the sul
lies a more prominent and cleaner
position III. in Hie capital Inse
ment. when they now are
LABOR PAY SLASH
i l,,ln,.., 1 liwlrrn Ai'lu 'in
, J 0(101 ' 1 'JllORO AtlH lb
, Al'bltCr 111 TnidC8
CONTRACTS ARE TIED
Keep Away From Construc
tion as Thing Diseased,
Is Jurist's Statement
CHICAGO. Kept , 7. federal
Judge IC. M. Lamlls. acting nrbltia
tor In the building triides dispute, to
day approved slashing cuts In wages
In his arbitration decision.
Tim now scale ranges downward
II 26 an hour. It l believed fifty
thousand will teturn to work under
Stone carvers top the scale
at II 2.1 an hour, with bitcklayers,
engineers, electilcl.ins nnd Hie lay
ers getting II 10. leathers and
ronfets get II An hour and all
others ranged down to 130 il week
Conlraris for more than 10. 000.-
000 in new construction were await
by the Judge will lie effective until
lng lljs derision. The Judge ri'Vlawed
conditions will' h had led to his
.Many ConlriKlx Tied Pp.
"The general disposition Is to
keep away fioni building onnstriio
1 1 1 in us u thing illsraited," ho said.
"Tho wise dollar profern-d most
any other fornl of activity nr no
activity This applied to the whole
range of tho Industry from thn cot
tage to the skyscraper. This attl
'lirle brought virtual famine Its
housing aicomniodatlntiM and kept
thousands of men out of work who
were willing to work."
Tho Jurist also urged the unions
which had entered tint agreement
to establish a "virtual boycott"
against other unions which refused
to accept arbitration.
"Don't let these other unions get
the benefit of your actions," ho ad
vised. A working agreement drawn up
May III. 1022. A i oiidltlnu of the
agreement Is that Judge Lamlls
must draw up a new wage scale
prior to that day for the following
While reducing wages, Judge
warned both employers and eni
pl'iy r that federal prosecution
would swiftly follow any attempt to
form a monopoly for the blockade.
01 construction or leHtrltllon of use
of material. In this eiininictlon he
also wlib ned the restrictions under
which union men must work, this
Included new rules for the employ
ment of non-union men wllh union
men and the employment of men of
one ltd de af anotbnr.
The deilslon i aiis-d some dissen
sion among union leaders. who
termed It "ton "drastic " Employers
received It with cheers.
Tht reductions which the Jurist
ordered appi oxiniHied U" pr-r loisne. on v ill tun .- mil ny ;uu uepu
cent over existing scales In ono or. who opened fire without warn-
two It ranged much higher, but the
majority were, based on tho out
given bricklayers. This was from
1125 to II 10 an hour plasterers,
not Included In th agreement will
faie a fS per cent rndmllon when
they seek arbitration. thn Judgn
Alball) Hit h) lire.
ALIIANV, III.. Sept. 7. Loan estl
mated at 1100.000 resultud tuijay
from lire whlc h deiitroycd rtho
people's wnr.'houin building at
Rlakley, near here. Two thousand
bibs of cotton, tho property of
small ow-nem, largely uninsured, wan
Tl'I.HA, flirt 7 Minimum. t. mini
muni. itl. leulh vvkrel, ilcsi.
ciKI.AlliiMA Tlmiu'U. unJ Vrl.Uy,
I: a st ANti vvisr ilv-- Tiium.isj
unset llerl, iirohablv r I.-.M1 enrti m
KAN'S-AH r.ci.v c t. I a. I 'illiev. It.
uimfltl.'l Tltuc',ay - u t .r'h
Testae's Irf.fnl IlietiU
I, ions club lunclieun, II ci Tul
.MUCH f CENTS
ARMY OF MINERS
1,000 brined Men Report
ed datherinjx Near 2 '
CLASH WITH OUTPOSTS
Officers and Detectives Take
Four Prisoners; Others
AfiM AVAILABLE CITIZENS
Itosielare. and Flizahethtown
Objectives of Armed Min
crs, Report Says
fly tli ami-IsIsO. frrss
I'.LI.AIli TIITOWN. 111., Sept. 7.
i:iglil liiindri'il mlnei-s from Eldo-
tt ( ( ( nt)
I ll) nii',1
inito and marliy cnal tlclds iiii i n-
II Mill .'III miles of this town
pii'iuircil lo niaisli on this
Koslclaii' loinoi roii. lead.
orx of tls. nun told nn Associated
Press i oi ri-r.Kinilcnt, who located
I licit- ramp (nay.
Ilcliifnris'inenis on ilin wny fnim
tho tunl fields will bring tho Invad
ing army to more than 1,00(1 men. It
Doputy sheriffs and private de
fectives clashed with tho oiitposta of
the miners, whn held up two trucks
and throe, men, at the Rig Creek
ford, on Hie Ilnrrlsbiirg roul shortly
before I o'clock this afternoon. Tho
miners retreated, leaving four prls
onets and three automobiles In tho
officer's hands. -
Deny .Miners Were Wounded.
The deputy sheriff denied Unit
anyone was hurt. A scoro of
deputies and detectives met IS min
ers In threo cars nt thn ford, thoy
n.ild, nnd fired a few shots In tho
air aa a iilgual for thn men to sur
render. Knur surrendered and tho
othciB nbaniloiieiU their r,ys iind
to.ok lo the woods w II limit firing a.
Two of thn four prisoners nro'
from llarrlshiiig and ono from
Kansas Oily, Mji,
All available cltlzenB of Rol
claio and Kllzabothtowu aro being
armed tonight to meet Dies minors
If they carry out tholr announced
Intention of attacking tho two towns
Report Two Miners Shot,
Thn Associated Press corrotqiond
etit who had circled nrouiid tho
aimed bands and approached from
the. rear was waiting to be escorted
lo 1 Eldorado by five armed men
when the fight occurred. J-'nur
armed men who were In tho fight
were picked up as they retreated.
They said that two of their men had
been shot nnd four others wero un
Tho Associated Press correspond
ent went to Karber's ridge, 12 miles
north of Ellzabuthtown following re
ports that armed men were passing
through there and tho tnlnphonn
wires wero cut. Thn postmaster at
Karber's rldgo estimated that 500
nrmed men had passed south
through tho town last night and to
day. All wires lending north as
well as south wero cut today, and
Kat ber'H rldgo la Isolated from tho
1 Arniisl Men Work Honil.
Two miles south of the rldgo 23
armed miners blocked thn road and
halted tin, correspondent's car. They
declared they weio tho icar outpost
of 800 men from the coal fields In
adjoining comities who were mann
ing on Roslrlaii! and Ellznhothlnwn.
They had been told, they said, that
2 1! men had been killed at Hoslclare
by mine guards yesterday and that
women and hlldren wero tieimf
beaien 111 Hie streets by privat-; de
lei tins Tin- mm. rs wer armrd
wllh ilfles, shotguns and revolvers
l-'li'e of i ho band entered tho cor
respondent s car and offered to lead
Ho- . to tho main body ipposed
to be encamped near thn Rig creek
ford on the Harrlshurg road In the
di use woods known as the "l-'urnacn
laud " Near the ford a ha Miss and
bresthless miner cnniged from tho
road-ilde thicket and Kilted tho car.
II. reported his party bad been rim-
.Iiiiiincil I'rom Car.
His companion fell ns he Jumped
fiom Hio car, thn miner declared,
and added that an Italian miner In
another eur also was Bitot- l'"lvn
others, ho suld. were mUslng.
Turning back toward tho rldgo thn
miners In the correspondent's iar
sighted three men In the woods and
ordered them to surrender Th-y
proved to bn threo more who had
escaped from the deputies
Tho miners Immediately doF
pa tch ed, ii car with four men to !.'
dorado to ask reinforcements.
In addition to tho four men. rap
tured by theso deputies tins after
noon, a firth was taken near "tb
Pmnaco lund" this morning.
Ellzabethtown mid Rosb lare wero
closed at sundown again tonight and
guards are stationed on all roads and
In the bills to prevent tho infiltration
of aim. d i ii-ii. Approximately ISO
cii..ii1s i . i . notching uiltirojihcs
, I fnon t' hills to the north,
j Th d' p it. i were augmented to
J k .. ,i '.o K "Mic-Kiunu rowed
s i. nh'j nv-er frm Cans
j f sTi.-.' i.U ON PAOU TWO