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THE MORNING OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER FINAL EDITION 9 VOL. XVI, NO. 112. JAPS SOCIETY'S NIGHT ELITE FUNCTION OF AUTO DISPLAY 4 Full Dress in Order for Dealers; Prizes for Two Winning Beauties COLD SNAP' IGNORED Crowds Continue to Pack Into Tflbornnclo; Facilities for Heating Aro Increased SATURDAY 'SUBURBAN DAY' Special Arrangements Made to Entertain Hundreds From Eastern Oklahoma Friday's Program Doors open to a. m. 2;O0 p. m. Children' Day. 3:00 p. m. Spectacular novel ty appealing to the children. Chaquctto Jok Hand. Muftlcn) Itovuo. Vaudeville. 7:00 p. m. Society night. All exhibitors In formal dram, 7.30 p. m. Exhibitors' grand march. , ' S;00 p. m. Inspection or-cars and parado through motor anion. Awarding prize for the. most beautiful girl in tho hall, rrlu for handsomest costume. HlOO p. m. Muslca) Hovuo. 8:30 p. m. Society ouds' march. S.00 p. m. Vaudeville. 10:00 p. m. Spoctacuur novelty. 10. SO p. m. A new oddity" "The MumphlB niues." 11:00 p. m. Baxophonn novelty, Friday night Is society night nt the sixth annual Tulsa Automobile now. in acordance with tho oc casion. al( dealers aro to nppear miring tho evening In formal dress. Slanx of the cars exhibited will b.i occupied By pretty society misses wearing cvonlne gowns. At 8 oclock prizes will bo awarded by tho Tulsa Automobile Deatars ns oclatton to tho most beautiful S"' In the building and for tho most attractive costume. Dealers expect both prizes to bo the objects of In tereitinif contests. 'flday afternoon will bo given ovf,f to the chlldron of Tulsa. Thero JJJli be novelties in connection with t.. 3 regular program especially ap pealing to thorn. Despite tho cold weather, crowds contlnuo to pack the tabernacle at fourth and Elgin. The building Is comfortably heated by a number of Moves placed at various ooints. When the cold nap arrived. Tour large new stoves were purchased without delay and will romatn in Place until tho show closes. Many spectators have remarked that the enow building is warmer than their own homes. According to Nell Sutherland, President of the local dealers' as 'oc.atlon, not an exhibit will be changed until tho show closes Sat flay night. Every car and every ' t0 remain In place; the uuucvlllo entertainers will not give jneir lut performance until rinls Is "fllten on the -sixth annual show. This Insures that spectators who not able to nttend tho show aurlnr the first of the ween will find " Unchanged when they visit It Frl v or Saturday. If local dealers wore inclined to ward vanity, they would have prehty o: cau-o to become vain. Hut tney not. Krom the mlnuto tho snow opened until the present time they nm been praised without stlrft by si . T-0 have attended the snow. rtSlM.?r "rBt comment on th oecor-Mons because of their striking tKv ? nf'a ,.lh0Lr Pforusoncss. iney readily rcallzo that no expense. (J ,Z..'lr ,ttnnlv I'M been spared In i ?.,lho tDOfhicl8 attractive id Inviting. it,?,? xill.?y re,t on tro wan es. 1 ?h6". .the like of which onthf ot. 'en. nscmblcd in tho HhMl. Each exhibitor has Urn rinM,l,.oxhlb,t t0 Include only tho Principal models he handles, which Bftat nunber of exhlbltM. hlM,hhJ",lv? noueh for any one hi i, vr ho wl"h to purchase a oar th.m mrcy WVU to gate at "lem nnd wish for one. Saturday is Suburban day. and how !Lr?d" Pted by the oliVi nn(1 towna ln tlll "ectron of been 2 5 Arrangements nave ti!n::Tu ,or lnelr "Pecial enter clorin!",1, .A mftrdl 'ra Will be he- m?thei '""'and exhibitors' can- 1UF LEATHER Kas'I.S ",mPtiire. a'ttlSi wi'!'.1" floudy anil .omwh.t RENOUNCE GERMAN CABLE RIGHT Hundred Million In Cash Goes to U. S. Farmers WASHINGTON. Jan. lO.Amcr lean farmers will pocket In excess of 1100,000,000 In cah, from grain pur chases which Europe will make In the United States to supply her pop ulation, until next harvest, govern ment experts estimated todsy. Europe's foodstuffs supply Is alarmingly low. Essentia! grains, such afl wheat and corn, ns well as some other foodstuffs, havo dwin dled to the danger point, according to official reports. ' New demands will be made on American producers to supply tho United Kingdom. France, Italy, Czecho-Slovnkla, Germany nnd Aus tria and possibly other countries. saysWercure killedtw0 men M. P.s Jleltl Pair Under Cold Water1 Because They Were Late LAWYER HAS NEW TALE Declares Ho Was 'Railroaded' to Prison Becauso Ho Was Enlisted Counsellor Br Jnl-rn.tloii-i News Herlee. WASHINGTON, -tun. 1 !) A I Wert brutal treatment of wounded vet orans In hospitals In Franco nnd un fair tactics of courts martial were described before tho Watson invcstl- gnllng committee of tho sennto today by William II. Tliomn.s, a lawyer of this city. Thomas, who served as nn cnllstod man in the A. E. P.. said that ho was "railroaded" to prison for four montna because no acted as counsel for accused men who had sent for him. To Died of Exposure. Two American .sodlors died In France from tho effects of being held under cold water by military police of the A. E. F. ns punUhment for coming Into camp late at night ac cording to testimony. The witness was J a men Elliott, a doctor nnd Inwer of Newark, N. J., who told tho committee that the In cident which he described took place at Savcnay, Franco In tho summer of 1918, Tho soldiers, according to HI loltt, were named Craig and Jonrs. "CrAlg was released and ncnt back to his tent. Ho died a few days later," Elliott snld.. "And Jones died about two mnnthH Inter. "When Craig was under tho water I lookod Into tho window and saw his faca contorted as If In convul sions. Ono of my comrades pulled tne back." "What would have happened If you .had gone in?'1 Senator Hranrt egoe, tho committee chairman nskod. "I wouldn t navo seen ncro to testi fy," Elliot replied. Victim 00 Yearn Old. Elliott raid that Jones wan About GO years old. He charged that the holding of soldier under water for IS or 20 minutes was a common practice nt the camp In Bavenny. Elliott Indentlfled Craig as a mem ber of the 502nd. Infantry. The shooting of nn American sol dier by a firing squad during the battlo at Chateau Thierry ln July, 1618, wufl described by Gcortfo W. Ynrborough, high echool professor and athletic director at Hoanoko. Ala. Ills testimony contradicted the records of tho war department, which declare all executions wore by hanging. More Is-Sur-Tillo Proof. T. A. Sinclair, of Westvllle, Qkla. told tho committee he saw three hangings nt Is-Sur-THlo. His testi mony wns along the lines of that given by eovoral othor witnesses who eald they saw from three to twelve hangings nt is-Sur-TIHe. This testi mony tended to contradict the war department showing only two hang ings at ls-Hur-Tillo. Ho revealed that his name had been handed tho Com mittee by tho commander of the Westvllle post of tho American Leg ion. Sinclair said lie did not know whether the men had neon tried. "I heard a good many soldiers eny they thought tho men were Innocent," he said. . V. S. 18 FAlt niOM DECISION l'ntlclpatlon In firnoa rlnnnpa Con ferenro Kllll Up in Air. WASHINGTON, Jan. 19. Thejid ministration today is as far from a decUilon of acceptance of the invita tion to'tho (lonoa conference as It was when the Invitation wax first extended. It was stated late today by a cabinet officer. It will be at least several weeks before tho government Is ready to announce lis attltudo toward the goncral Invitation, It was stated, USD ANNUAL CONSISTOIIY MEET Ono Of Most Widely Attended Meeting-) MaMins Held at Guthrie. aUTHHIE, Jon. 19. Anniversary reunion of Oklahoma consistory, one nt tha rnrit wlrlplv Attended cilh- erlngs of Scottish llite Masons In the history of tne uutnrie Domes, cioseti Its session tonight with tho election of olass officers. More than 300 Ma sons received. tho Scottish Hlto de grees from the fourth to the 32nd degrees. ' NEW SHERIFF IN- CARTER COUNTY GOESJN OFFICE Says He Is Ready to Serve All Legal Papers in Garrett Ouster DEPUTIES SELECTED Legion Head Secures Men Co Fill All Vacancies Left by Resignation of Force LOOK FOR EXTENDED TRIAL Regular Criminal Term at Ardmorc May Be Postponed Until Suit Is Concluded AHDMoni:, Jan. ID. With his deputy forca romploted with tho ex ception of a slnglo man to bo ap pointed for duty ln tho Wilson dis trict, Ewlng C. London, temporary sheriff of Carter county, succeeding Buck Garrett, pending trial of thu latter on ouster charges, was ready tonight to tako full control of of fice. Tho men selected to fill tho va cancies created last night when Sheriff Garrett was temporarily re moved from dfflce, with tho subse quent resignation of a number of Carter county officii are: Ewlng C. London, sherl.f; Ernest 1. Mo Cann, undersherlff; Robert 1. Short, E. J.. Cowles, Thomas Smith, George' White, Oscar Johnson, deputies, and J. A. Nicholson, Joo Kemp, C. K, McComas and John Van Morley, Jailors. New l"orco Is Heady, "Whun court convenes tomorrow morning," .London said tonight, "It will find us sready to serve every process and every warrant Issued since tho administration of my oath of office. Things are running smoothly and I anticipate no trouble In getting my organlxatlon Into ac tion." , Of tho new force, three aro ex service men, London, McCann ami Short. Tho now shertft-appolnteo filed bond of (3,000 with the county clerk today. Two thousand flvo hundred dollars bond ha, been filed by each of his subordinates. Kern Out" (if lDIItHW. At nn executive meeting of the local poet of tho Amerlcnu-Leglon to day. a resolution wns drafted In which fullest confldenco In tho ncwl sheriff was expressed and tho sup port of the legion men hore uisurud. London arrived .during the session, however, and ut his Insistence, thoj resolution was not promulgated. London Is quoted by legion members n stating that since it Is tho policy of tho American Legion to remain out of politics, ho did not care to embroil tho organization Into an situation which might prove em barrassing. Numerous stories which circulated about tho city today regarding al leged disturbances ln varloua ptirts of tho country, wsro doclarcd to bo without foundation at tha sheriff's department tonight. May Continue Docket. Judge Champion Intimated that It probably would becomo necessary to postpono the regular term' of criminal dlrtrlct court until aftor Garrett Is tried. Ho pointed out that It had boon reported to him that Assistant Attorney-General Fulton In charge of tho prosecution In tho ouster action has announced that he would require the services of the new sheriff and his entire depart ment In summoning between throe and four hundred witnesses for Gar rett'M trial, which Is set for January 30. In addition, Judge Champion said, thu defenso In tho cam will havo two-or three hundred witnesses to bo summoned nnd this duty, fall ing upon a wholly inexparlencod sheriff's force, will undoubtedly take all of their tlmo between now and tho date of the trial. Consequently no one will be available to attend the process serving for the. regular term of court and tho "grind" must of necessity remain at n standstill until after Garrett's trial Is con cluded. Attorneys csUmnted today that It would require betweon 'two weeks and a month for Garrett's trial alone. After filing his oath of office and executing bond, London, with dis trict court clerk. Immediately began drnwlng a panel of 100 mcti from whlch.the Jury to try Garrett will be selected. Tho new panel will replace the 100 men for the regular district oourt term originally drawn by Gar rett while Mherlff. ATTOIINKY SCOIUSi O. O. HANKS lro?utor Says Institution Hare Helped Criminal Kludo Iw. OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 19. A nharge that certain banks In Okla homa City havo been bumpering the efforts of the county attorney's office by furnishing bonds for aMocd criminals who maintain largo ac counts derived from their unlaw ul operations, was made today by Mont It. I'owcll, assistant county attorney. In arguing to tho Jury In the trial of C n. Shanver. charged with nut", mobile theft, Shauver was convicted, and cava notice of appeal. TULSA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1922 Simplicity Marks Funeral . Of Pioneer Sooner Citizen, Tarns Bixby, Noted Editor Ur AtiocUUil I'r.M SHIn Wire, MUSKOGEE, Jan. 19. Simplic ity marked the funeral services Ihls nfternoon for Tanis lllxby, Muskogeu publisher nnd ono of tho state's lending rltlrenn for many years. Tho slmpto scrvleo lltunl of the Episcopal church wns used by Hev H. J. l.lojd, who conducted the services, , Industry won suspended during (ho funeral hour, , All business houses and publla buildings went closed. Federal court also stood adjourned. The coldest weather of the sen son and n biting north wind failed to keep throngs from buy ing their last respects to tha man who had given so much toward Muskogee's future. All wnlks of life, as well as political foes of Mr, lllxby made up the multitude that far hours passed silently by tha bier. Tho lllxbv residence was filled with floral tributes, constituting what wns snld to havo been the most lavish ever seen nt a funernl G.0. P. RIDICULES BRYAN'S, CHARGE 1 Arraignment of Repulic- ans rare 01 nis cam paign, Says Senator Ily International News Service. WASHINGTON. Jan. 19. Wil liam J, llrynn's prediction that tho republican control of congress Is to be overthrown next fall anil democ racy returned to power, did not seri ously perturb administration leaders today. The Uryan prediction, however, created k stir because It is thero thu battle for control, nf the admin istration next year will bo fought out. Part of i'.n Campaign. Almost without exception, repub lican spokesmen attributed tho com moner's prediction as the opening gun In his campaign to succeed I'nrk Trnmmol as United States sun ator from Florida. The threo rea sons lirynn gav for probable repub lican defeat, tho Newberry case, taxes and ngrkulture discontent, were declared to bn fallacious and bnied op mlsstntementx, misrepre sentation and Ignornnco of rcpub-' Ilea n accomplishments." Senator James E. Watson of In Indiana who has succeeded Doles I'enrnso as leader of tho "old gunrd" sentiment of tho somite, an swered Uryan today. "Every campaign In which Col onel Uryan was n presidential candi date he predicted democratic vic tory and his predictions were al ways, couched In tho most effuslvo torms," ho said. "Tho probabilities ar that Colonel Uryan has never rend tho now reenue lnw ennrtod by tho republican majority of con grnM, Had ho donn so he, would have Renown that Instead of the rlcti being i-ollcvod of taxntlon as he stated. It la Indisputable that they were given such slight relief that thoy aro criticising tho republican party becauso of tho tnx legislation enacted. nrrnn "Ilnck In III Studio." "Colonel Uryan ha slJcntly failed to keep. (ah on legislation enacted by tho preeent congress tor the benefit of the farmer. Hn wuuld otherwise hnvo known ttrn prcNnt congress has passed r(o fewer than flvo Important measures already for the benefit of tho farmer and has, In fact, enacted more legisla tion for tho farmer thnn nnv con gress has donn III the entire history of the country. So extensive hai this legislation, been, that con grcas Is hHng rrltlclsed In somo quarters as hnvlhg been controlled by special nKrleultilrul Internal," Senator Lrnroqt, a lender of the mlddln west "progressive" group, rldleulfd Jlrynn's Claims. "It Is plnln from Hryan'n Inter views he la thinking more about 'prospects of thn democratic parly thnn ho Is of the welfnro of Lmerlcnji snld LnrTot., "The re- puitiicau puny in wio nri cuiiKrin will be ludgeit by'lts record nnd II will welcome comparisons of 'hnl record with tho record of tho demo, crntle party which wSs defeited by a majority of 7,000.000 voice." PAYMENT 0FR0YALTY On Oil IVoni Osngo Nation Dlx rowed Ileforo lliirkc OH Men Want Uniform Itcgiiliillons. WASHINGTON, Jan. 19. Itepre scntutlves of a number of Oklnhom.l oil companies conferrod toady with Charles II. Iiurke, Indian commis sioner, on thn price hil on which to compute royalties to be paid tin nil obtained from lands of tho Onaue nation. Edward C. Finney, act.ng iccietary or tne interior, also at tended the meeting, Considerable controversy tins de veloped, It whh brought out, ns to variations In the prices at which they tnva sold their output It wm sug. dented nt today's meeting Hint tho oil men hold a conference nnd name a commltti to draft n suggestion for uniform regulations to dulorinlnu the royalty biila, In thn history of Muskogee, There wax a beautiful sentiment ex pi en-oil In tho floinl offering of the directors of thu Okluhoma Free Stnln Fnir association, "Tim Gates Stand Open," for yrnia tho fnmlllar phrsse used to herald the fnlr and which was adopted nt the.tiuggestlnn of Mr. ll.xby. who wns president oNIhe nssm'liilton, stood out boldly on mi liiimun'o creation of flowers. "Thirty," mystic rymhul of thn newspaper Industiy, which menus "finis," wns iiipresenled by nn offering front the local typographical union. I'otmplcunus with lis tin en Ks, In blood Ted rnruntlnn wan nn offering from thu Knights of the Ku-Klux Kluii. Tim American Legion etcortfrd the remains to thn rulluay station whero the body wan placed nbumd n train for lied Wing, Mlnh., thero to bn lnld to rest beneath the quiet, somber pines which Mr, lllxby knuW so we,i In his early ltr. CITIZENS OF 0. CT ASK FOR TRO0PS Sentiinent of Mass Meet ing Is That Police Are Ineffective OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 19. He. ward of J500 for eHfh arrest nnd conviction In connection with tho hanging if Jako firooks, negro worker ut a local tmcklmr nlunt. whoso body wn found Tuesday, was offered hum tonight by tho execu tive committee, of th'u chamber of commerce. The reward, according to W, J, I'ettoc, president of tho chamber, will be paid by the chamber. 11 International Nfw Hrrvlca OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 19. Act ing Gnernor Trnpp this nfternoon declined to -state what action he would take toward culling troops to maintain order .In Oklahomn City, following a meeting of LfiOO cltzons at tho chamber of commerce where n resolution wn's adopted to request the state authorities to use the state military forces to maintain order. lljr Aa.oeUtoil Press Mate Wire, , OKLAHOMA CITY, J.lli. 19.A resolution asking Governor Hubert son to "Intervene In Oklahryim City and give to tho cltlions nnd properly such protection as will ngnln insure them of safety," wns adopted nt n meeting hero today of sneral hun dred citizens. A coinmlttvo v. as namod to cnll on the govornor to morrow moinlng to prosont thu reso. lutluu. The mooting was tho out growth of nlleged disturbances in cident to tho strike at local packing plants, Tho mooting was held at thn head quarters of the Oklahomu City chamber of commerce and was ad dressed by a number of well known business men, who detailed alleged acts of vlolenco and Intimidation at the packing plants resulting from tho sti Ike. Charles Selby, former county attorney, presented a resolu tion calling on thn st.it fur old. Agltntlon for martial law hern fol lowed thn finding of tho body of Jake Ilrooks, nogro packing plant employe, hanging from a trio sev eral miles from thn city, Tuesday nfternoon. Hn had been kidnaped from his home Sunday night. Several men tiro under arrest In connection with his death. Tho resolution, ufter detailing, nl leged "unlawful conditions." In the citv resultlmr from tho stilkv. de clares that "thn pence officers of Oklahoma i ity ana county invc been entirely Ineffective (n dealing with thd situation, In brenklng up CO.NTI.STKI ON I'AOK TWO VfCTlfiTor 'YEGG" DIES Okmulgee, rolled Ciiplnln Shot by Alleged Hand of llandlti .laniiaiy i II, Dlcil at Okmulgee !!y AsncUtF I'rsss Mtn Wlrs OKMULGEE. Jan. 19 Tho body of Homer Spuulding. captain of Ok mulgee police, who died this morn ing from a bullet wound received when ho nttd two other officers bat tled with gangmen on tho mornlpg of January 9. will bo sent to Mus kogee, home of thn polite officer, early tomorrow morning Tho wound that proved fatal to the police captnln wns received )n leading two nthor policemen, ono of whom was wounded, In an attack sgalnst six gunmen who wuro work ing over a stalled automobile, loaded with high explosives, burglar tools and shotguns in the outskirts of the clt yabout 3 o'clock on tho morning of January 9. The battlo had scnrcely opened until Spauldlng foil with a bullet through his thigh. Al though down, he continued tho flro on the gqnmcn who weru at clone rango. In the battlo ono of tho six gun men was kllli'd. two others were captured nnd now aro held In the rniintv tail on crand Jury Indict ments charging them wltfi shooting with intent tq Kill, whim threo ot the bandllt escaped, ono of them believed to have, been svrlously wounasu, FRENCH APPROVE SEVERE POLICIES OF NEW PREMIER Poinoaro Is Given Unani mous Confidence Vote by Deputies' Chamber ,,u,,r' nPn....ltl M A KF GFRM ANY PAY mml ULItllinil I ini Declares Complete Economic Recovery of Europe De pends on Payment WOULD COURT U. S. FAVOR Proposes to Espccijilly Retain Friendship of Uuclo Ram AIoiik With Entente's I'AltlH, Jan, 10. The new cabins! bended by Itnymand I'oliicarn was given a unanimous voto nf confl denco In the chamber of deputies to night, following the m I mo minister's address urging a pulley of "inftko Germany pay." Tim vote use taken after n nut lluii to suspend Oehatn on the new liolley, which pnsed by 473 to 107. 'We Minn Insist thut Germany de liver up her wnr criminals." Pre mier 1'olncaro mid. "if Germany refuses nnd violates thn treaty, h will expose hersolf to tho penalties provided for." Tlio New I'olloy, Thn attitude of the new cabinet Is aggressive mid strongly national istic, Thn chief points nrn: 1. Germany must fulfill nil her innummly olillgntlons, 2, Reparations dominates the economic recovery nf Europe, 3, If It Is discovered Germany Is ovnning payments nn allied contro mission should be sent to Ilerlln tc supervise strictly all Gorman fi nances. 4. Germany must punish her war criminals iM n manner to (it inn de mands of justice, ft. The allies havn the right to impose new penalties upon Gar many to enforce their demands. 6. France has thn right In post pono evacuation of the Ithlhalnnd. Will Continue In Ix-nglin- 7. France will continue to par ttriputn In the league of nations S, France will not accept thn Invitation to attend the International eonfernneo nt Genoa unlew all na tions accept thu protocol condi tions laid down nt Cannes. P. Thn clauses of Ihn Versailles treaty aro nut open to dubnta at Genou or elsewhnre. 10. If thero Is un Anglo-French treaty of alliance. Franco must en ter on an ouunl fooling with Eng land. 11. Reorganization of tho' na tional military defense. 12. Ileductlou of tha term ot mili tary service. 13. Enforcement nf complete dls. armament Mi Germany. 14. Proposal to reach an agree ment with Great Ilrltnln and Italy to prevnt a renewal of warfare be tween th Crl nnd Turkish nn tlmmllsts In Asia Minor. IB. Reduction of Angora penrn (Angora living thn sent ot the Turk ish nationalist government), Assurnnces were given that tho CONTINL'Kfl Olf PAOr. TWO, BEGIN KUNTI TRIAL I'onncr Tulun Hanker Must Explain I'iimM'shIoii of War Savings. Ilonds III Ills I'OWASIDII, MUSKOGEE Jan. 19. Owiinrs of 38 war savin (erllfleales mortly of 1100 denominations, which wern found in possession or Lambert W. Kuntz, foimerly an officer of tho Security Statu bank of Tillm, testl. fled In federal court hero today Ihlit they had been stolen from tho snfoty vault of tho Ilumniia State bunk In March. 1920. They also testified that each' cer tificate had been registered and that thn registration, numbers were erased from thn certificates, which govern ment attornev,i offered In evidence. Kuntz Is being tried for possession nf nid nlieilng government obllgn tluun. I'. A. Mc.'Jeal, Tulsa stock broker, who bought part .of (tin se. curltk'S from Kunls, will bn tried la ter on thu nuinn charges. Kuntz got the certificates from W, -A Greenwood, who bad been In dicted vtlth Kuntz and Mi Neat but the Indictment wns quashed when lie turned state's ovldenei. TulnmiH Hour Story of Starving Nations Dr Nathan Krass, noled Jewish soholnr, addressed a laigo meeting of his people In Temple Israel, In this city Thursday nlBht upon the need for funds with which to carry on tho work of rehabilitation of na tions of thn near east and centrul Kuropo Thn address was made In tho goneral national' campaign In whbh relief is sought for th'e starving peoples of the war torn colintiles. Tho Tulsa district has now raised about half Its quota 140,000 and Iho campaign will hn contlnuod until tho entire amount Is contrlbutod. M PACKS Indian Tepees Closed Against Liquor Scouts WASHINGTON Jnn 19 --Indian lepees be closed hereafter as minting ground for tho government liquor scouts, unless armed with search warranto, nrinrdlng to In structions sent all federal prohibi tion .llrectmn tonight by I'omiuls sinner llnynes, Mr lluynes quoted the section nf , ,, ,., supplemental to the nntlpnai 'prohibition net which makes thn 1 ,"',rcl1 n 'r,v'" "woiiing without a warrant a misdemeanor nnd called iiiieiiucn to n recent ruling by Charles II. Iltirkn, cutiimlraloiisr nf Indian nffiilrs. holding tint this pro vlsliui of thn law applies to opera tions III Inrlltin ,.,ni outMila Initial, eounlrx. JANUARY19 "SETS NEW COLD RECORD EVen Same Date in 1018 Wasn't as Frigid as Was Thursday GAS PRESSURE IS 'FAIR' Soma Complaints Filed by Tenants of HuiliHnp;s; Sand Springs Supply Low Thoso Jntropld few members of the tiinla sex who busstlngly udtnlt that they wenr the sleeveless, knee- ..,,,,., rummer styles or A. Y Z's thloughout tho winter failed to brag of this accomplishment Thursday---' they regretted It. And ih,,. i,niiv datintltss members of (hn eiien,.,! wrua.-r sex wno wear heavy fur coats whlchj with their tkli ts, barely hide their knees, leaving exposed tn the wintry, brcesos a. long expanso of anatomy tlmt Is covered Only with ft flimsy lux(ilro known ns Ilut this Is not n story about tyle lt' about thn weather, for mm n wiint ine nearness city editor n,u mi wunieu, just tlio same, n shivering reporter whn Is given a weather assignment and who eWl. uut to rover It can't retrain from tnentlunlnif a few observation iimi are Incidentally a nait of the story. Therefnro thn reference to styles nnd pi vciiviucs. Coldest KIimv HUH. Thursday was the coldest Jaiitinrv 10 III Tulsa slnco 191s, Four Veurs iiko on that dale the maximum torn- peiaiura wns zs and thn minimum 1 degreo nbovo zero, Thursday thu mnxlmlim was 16 uinl Ihn minimum 10 deurcen.aliove. Considered as nn entlro day, thn Thursday Just passud was copier than mo corresponding day four years ago, for In 1911 thn mercury went up to 38 degrees. Yes terday It got only as fur oh 10 de grees nud then started downward BKnii, At 0 o'clock Thursday, according to recording Instiuments at the local wvnwier nurrau, tne temperature was 10 degrees; at It .o'clock flvo hours later It was IB degrees. At 3 1 30 o'clock In the aftamnon thoro had noun no chnngo In the 11 o'clock figure, and shortly afterward the drop began. Or. II, M. Hutchinson, In churgu of thn local government weather bureau, predicted xaro weather before Friday morning, January 19 this year nnd thn hi mo date fodr years ago nru by un easy margin the leader In cold weather of any other January 19 slnco 1910, On thu other hand, Januury 19 In 1919, 1920 nnd 19SI, led In warm weather, Tho flgutes for this period show the temperature nn this date In 1920 and 1921 to have been ex actly Ihn same, The Weather In Other Yiiira, In 1916 thn maximum was 33 and thn minimum 2(1, in 1917, maximum 3D and minimum 2u, In 1 ( 1 K . inuxl mum 2H and minimum 1; In 1919, maximum fill and minimum A3; In 1920, maximum til and minimum 37, In 1921, maximum 04 nd mini mum 37, and In 1922, maximum 11 and minimum 10. ' Thn cold wavn struck Tulsa Wednesday evening without reser vation. The weather steadily grew (older mull It reached 10 degrees Thursday moritlng, varying 0 de grees throughout th nay. Sand Springs nnd the towns bo tween Tuln and that city were with, nut sufficient gus pressure nil day Thursday, but no acute suffering whs reported. In Tulsa tho pressure was fair during the day. Thero was some discomfort In suveral of thn luriter of.lco buildings that ro nut equipped with combination gun and conl heating plants. As Is usual on cold and frosty mornings In Tutsi, especially those that arrlte suddenly, there are minor Incldonts and accidents that srva to mnku thu cold seem moro disagreeable and Intanre. Early Thursduy morning ono of thu Tulsa Street Hallway company'H trolley wires broke nt Third and Man streets, and until it was rnp.ilreJ there wns no service, on part of Its line. During the 30 minutes before repairs were made, Jitneys were swamped with business, Hut us stated, us usual Jitney drivers were scarce and schedules In a tumuli Many offlco workers reached thel work Into. Everyone tuok tho cold snap nnd Its attendant discomforts and inconveniences good naturedly, PRICE C CEtfTS AGREEMENT IS CLEARING WAY TO PEACE PACT Japan Also Says. Neigh bor May Buy Out Ger man Wireless Depot NO SHANTUNG' MEET Will Ho Hold Today Bocuuho of Drafting of Five-Power Nnvnl Treaty ANOTHER DEADLOCK SEEN Japan's Attitudo on Fortifi cations Now Blocking Way; May Eliminnto Section ilf h AssoeUtsd I'rHi, WASHINGTON. .Inn. id Tfi'. tights to Ilia formor Gorman cables In tha Klan-Chaw leasehold, thn Chefoo-Tslngtao and iho Tslngtao- niimiKiiiii unos worn renouncou py tho Japaneso delegate to tho Wash ington oonroranco late today at mooting, with thn Chinese delegates on tha question ot Shantung, A third cable, which runs frdm Tslngtao to 'Hesubo, Japan, and was constructed by Japan after her oev oupation ot tho former German leasehold, will bo operated by Chinese and Japanese Jtilnt commis sion subject to terms under existing contracts to which China Is a parly. Thn Japanese delegates alio agreod to hand ovor to Chinese con trol subject tu fair compunction, two wiicicsk stations in tun iavi hold, ono nt Tsln.mfu and another nt Tslngtuo, tha moment the Jap. nnrsa troops urn withdrawn from tlinsn points. ThariT will be no meeting on the Shantung question tomorrow on ac count of conflicting meeting of the subcommittee which Is engaged In drafting Ilia five-power naval treaty Hid tho subcommittee engaged In drafting tho nine-power far eastern treaty. Tile Chlneso and Japaneso will resume their conversations un Saturday when thoy will discuss sal: mines, Tho following atntement was Is sued tonight by tha two delegations! "The Chinese and Japanese dele itntlons had their thirtieth meotlns ut 4 o'clock this nfternoon, January 19, 1921, in tno governing noarn room of the run-American building. "IJndcrstandltjgs havo boon renched oiNho. question ot tho for mor Gorman cables boUycen Tslng tao and Chefon and between Tslng tao and Shanghai ns well ns of the wireless stations at Tslngfu aid Tslngtno, "Thu meotlng adjourned at ono o'clock until 11 o'clock Saturday morning, January 21." WASHINGTON, Jan. !. The new flve-powor naval treaty an now written will automatically extend It Mlf at tho end nt the "15-year period unlosn ono ot the signatory powers gives two years' notice ot a desire to abrogate It, This Was disclosed to day in official quarters Tho treaty has been rewritten half u doien times to meet the objections of tha various powers concerned, It was learned, and It Is now probabl that nrtlclo 19, ths furtlflratlona sec tion, will bo eliminated entirely from th'o naval treaty and tacked onto tho four-powered I'aclflo treaty, which replaces the Anglo Japanese alliance, The unyielding altitude of the Japanese on tho fortifications Istuo has brought about an embarrassing deadlock which It l believed can be broken only by tho elimination of thn fortifications section entirely. It was stated. Tlio Japanese Insist upon their right to fortify the Honln Islands and the Oshlmn group and. hnvo steadfastly lofused to yield. I'ndur tho provisions as now drawn, tho replacements) .of all na tions will be completed by 1942 with tho exception of Italy. No replace, ment provision for Italy has beeu sot beyond 1937. Another chango that Hias been made In In the provisions regurdlng scrapping surplus shliw. As now drawn, tho nations pledga th'om selves to dismantle effectively all fighting ships within six months from tho date of signing the treaty and tho work Is to be entirely com pleted within ID month. Fjich Gets Ono Capital Ship. Each nation may retain ono capi tal ship for tnrip't purposes on nn exception to tho general rule pro vided In thn cases ot i runco ana Italy, who may each' retain two sea going vessels for purposes ot train ing naval personnel, Thoso ships must bn tendered inetfcc'unl for war purposes, Hegurdlng the conversion of mr ohnnt ships, ii stipulation Is put In that these craft may n't bo rein forced to carry guns of greater cali ber than six Inches, Mwt of tho other changes from tho original draft are of a minor nsluro. No Immediate action toward rati fying the treaty In an open session is ontemplntod It was learned todsy. ibrogntn It This was disclosed to lay In offlclul quarters.