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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1922
3 UNKISSED YOUTH STIRS UPSCHOOL Olrioan Asserts That Stu dents Snuggle Put) on Campus i AJW ARBOR, Mich., March 21. 0ds nd Tnalo students of tho University ot Michigan today arc tombinc Ann Arbor Jn eenrch of the man who has never been killed' Identified as William D. Ob ion ot Toledo. It vtaa Ogdon, the ,'udcnts ay, who has aroused the tJ,tire etudent body and professors w his recent article In tho t'nl uril:y "ally, charglnK that snug ,! pupping" and "potting" arc rampant on tho campus. Meanwhile tho student so much sought has disappeared. Tho .iiriipil "Tho man who has V..t been kissed." charged that dormitory aim i.ui.uin ,tre petting havens" and that :fm!nlne modesty Is a thing of the Hardly had the Ink heenmn dry en tho collego magazine when the storm hroke. Tho charges havo be- r .M fnnld nf rnnvnrafltlnn en the ismpus. Letters of protest that stylo tho statements as Mnundlced cynicism." Jac-assery "mental dyspepsia" or "sheer boob try" aro flooding tho collego dally. Officials Ot Hie uuivuiriiy niu i u- malnlng aloof from tho upheaval. TOI'EDO, 0)ilo. March SI. tt'il llim D. Ogdon, Identified ns "Tho man who has never been hissed," the object ot frantlo search by co eds and male students of tho Unl urflty "f Michigan, who In a re cent artlclo In the University Dally sitounded students and professors br charging that "snuggle pupping" ind "pelting" wcro rampant on tho kampus, is tho son of James W. Ocdon, 2725 Glonwood avenue, To- '"ogdon Is a Scott high school ir&duato and a former pago of tho Kent branch library here. It was uld at tho Ogdon residence today lhat "William Is not homo and is not expected homo until tho spring racatlon." MUST APPLY BY MARCH 31 After That Palo Xono of Americana Oirrscns to Do Ttclnlcrred. WASHINGTON March 21. Re quests from nearest rcalllvcs for' rc tarn'ot American dend overseas will not bo favorably coimldeiM after March 31. the war department an nounced today. nvio clubs iihhind nonixs falsa rllc Tvurue, V. C. T. U.'s and Pol 1 1 Ira I Women Campaign. Members ot men'fl nnd women's tlvlo clubs aro moro Interested in the comlnc visit nnd address hero of lUymond Robins of Chicago, not ed speaker on social reforms, thun almost any other ono class ot Tulfa residents, it the advanco ticket salo so far Is generally indicative, II. E. Ammerman ot the Junior Chamber of Commerce, which is backing the community lyceum course, said Tuesday. Women's organizations in which special effort to gain an at tendance ot the membership is rifl ing made are the Tulsa, Civic league. V. C. T. U.'s and the women's di vision of tho republican and ot the demqcratlo city central committees. "Civic Corruption and tho Way Out'1 will bo tho subject upon which Robins will speak Friday evening lathe high school auditorium. Rnb lnt'has devoted much time to labor problems and eottlomont work and hu a reputation as strike arbiter and Industrial expert. Ho lives in a tenement houso In Chicago, though h "struck It rich" In tho Klondike rush. Don't Rush, Hour! They're Marshals '600,000 MINERS TO QUIT WORK ON FIRST OF APRIL Mlsi Ulslo Vint, Mime, nnd Mrs, JTiuiu's striilii. Minppeil niter hrliigltig fiilcrol prisoners from Clcwlniul to J.oiiIhUIIo, J(y. Mlm KIslo IMnlz, secretary to Jo soph Jlreltonsteln. aRHlstant United Ktntcs attorney in I'lovouiml. nna Airs. Frances Htrnln, deputy marshal, safely took several women federal prisoners from Cleveland to I,ouls llle. This U believed to bo tho f rst tlmo in tho lilstory of tho country mat women havo escorted federal rlsonurs. THAW COLLIDES WIT1I AUTO Accident to Auto Causes Trndo for Car in Ho Dropped. fp'll to Tha World. ENID, March 21. Tlireo occu pants of n. Ford enr wern hurled through tho air when a Santa Fo train which wan slowing up for tho station struck fhn front of tho Mr. Tanks, a farmer, who was driving in car, received a sprained ankle ana nis companion. A. J. Foster, several bad cuts. Foster's non, who in tno oacK seat, escaped unln Jured. The car was rather the worco for me accident. Foster was Just about to purchase the ear, but tho deal noi completed. KU.KMJX VISIT AT WFAVOKA .Negro Residents Thrown In Tanlc i . . . . '"' amines lrt. Pt il to Tha World. WEWOKA. March 21. Tho Ku AIUX nnrnrln,! II. n -.1 nt it-A oka Friday night In full regalia - iun oer or cars with lights burn ,1 ,tlsMy nd occupied by white uKurcs urovo up nna now ns streets a number of times. : " etatcd that warnings were de '"'"i. to local hotel proprietors wjro town when tho cars drove 'hrougi, that portion of tho city, "a a warning was left with some 1,a "I"0 Population. Tho oars . nor 'her Identlflva It K filWECTHD OV IlOnilKUY Voong M,, n(j Too Mnnjp noo(ls ronlANl)OTTli- ""eh 21. V u wh0 Bavo his name, s tvi ""cncii, Hna his homo ns Mnnei, Kan., wns arrested here suspicion of hnvlng been st0reCCnl,f...w l. 1 '.'" jobbery of n ninr. . '"'" io- no was stop leliinJ' f .,ocal 1,atp'' nnJ had been jr,5'!-k' clothing, and other PrfcM di". ,ttt unreasonably low f !' whici aroused suspicion. lh,w" POMCsslon. Ho was taken to Probahlr al ttt Miaml' "P'1 '"'111 from 1)0 t'jroed over to officers back .dl,sollrl town to bo taken jor .trial. hffL AP rnstoralc. Pau'.".. World. C A P' MaW 21.-Scn. " i tint i'Jcr of QPw preac ChH.M caU t.0 tl10 Pastorate of Kntlv 5,,tlan church here. Re 'rvlce.h cnn,luctcd ovangellstlo "v v Vi "a wncn tno minuter 10 nen'rvM'na rc'.' rMBn" to gf ii. 1 ""JCtta Rennlni. Mill.. Wire Flashes WAfilllNOTO.V, March SI. Senator Ilorah, repukllcan, ot Idaho today accepted tho rhalrmanililp ot tho nenutn committee on education and labor. lis aucceeda for mer Senator Kcnyon of Iowa who waa long chairman of tho commltteo. 01CI.AI10MA C1TV. March SI Julu flchcvltz, ecretnry of tho Oklahoma KtatH Tuberculoila aauaclatlon. la aerlouaty 111 at hla homo here, according to word given out i ma residence inia mornmff. SAM ynANClSCO. Morch II An nounccment that 10 tiulldlnaa to cot an Rxrerale or lio.oon.ono win bo erected hero la made by Arthur P. Itosaeau, local real eatate uparator. WASHl.N'OTON. March St. rreatdant llardlnir today aont to tho acntte the nom Inatlon of 'Hoffman I'hlltn of New Torlc to ho envoy extraordinary and minister. Plenipotentiary to Uruguay. LARAMIE. Who.. March SI. The body f Mr. John Adnmaon waa found today ait of tho cltv after a 34hour search. Mrs, Adamaon waa frozen to death tn the Arms or. ner nusnaim wnrn ina coupio waa overtaken bv a heavv anowatorm while on ineir way srom town wiiii a aui'riy vi Crocerlea. LONnnS'. March Jl. Klni Oeorae I llahtly III but It waa stated today there waa no dancer. riOMK. March SI. Four rersoni have heen killed and 20 wounded in risnting no twppn Faiclita and communiaia in tni northern rrovlnce" of IMacenaa, Ilolotna and rarma, according to reports received nere today. r.AfnORSE. Wla.. March It. The lit, nev A. J Mcnavlck. formerly auxiliary bishop ot Chicago, was Installed Here to day as bishop or tne Lauren aiocsse. riTTSntmo. Kan.. March II. Forty four men were on rjarolo here today arte pleading gulltv to chart's of unlawfu assembly and dltturblug the peaco durin tne recent coai eiriue. rONTiNtinn rnnir paiib nxn. Is that of neeotlntlnsr elude state ko asrreements. A division within the committee on this question scorns certain, with Indications that at inn iPlUtf will opposo the- single state proTosltlou. Tho auslienslon order, which snld blnmn for tho walkout In tho soft onl fields rested with tho otierators for refusing to negotiate a now con tract with the union and 'with tho fnlluro to reach a new agreement with tho hard coal operators, was malted by tho offlco employes nt tho union's headquarters hero In tho absenco of officials. Tho proced- re, nowever had previously been rrunged bv officials, nnd tha rn- lcnso ot tho call which was dated yesterday was directed by officers, who aro in Now York mcctlne with onthrnclto operators. iwiuam oreen, secretary-tress- rer ot tha union, mado nubile the text, on his nrrlvnl hero from Cdshocton, Ohio, whero ho had been tho last few days. Ho declined to mako any comment, saying that tho order was self-explanatory. .mm .Mines in renutyltnnln. Thft ,l,ilr.i'a mnt..!,,..!.!.. .n...1 lng that In .Veva Scotln which will not bo nffrctcd by tho strike, Is nbout flvo hundred thousnnd men. Ot these, approximately 75,000 uro in tno inrco aiiinraritii uiHiricts ot Pennsylvania and tho remainder scnttcied over tho soft coal fields. Past suspensions In tho nnthraclto fields, however, havo nrnetlcallv closed all operations, leading to tho otnciai esumato that nlmoit alt hundred thousand men will be called out ot tho mines. Tho order was not sent to fCnvn Scotia becauvo tho miners there wcro said to bo worklnn under nn agreement mado somo tlmo ngo when a contrnct rxnlrcd and It wms said that tho Injection tit tho strlko orucr might complicate tho sltunUon so as lo make any tuturo agreements impossioie. Tho miners' nttlttidn In nnlllns the susnenBlon wns set forth full v In tho call, which also related tho authority under which tho officials acted in issuing It. SPR1NC3FIELD. 111., March 21. A fight for tho prlvllego ot nego tiating Bcparnto agreements with operators will bo mado by Illinois miners and tnoso or soverai ithcr states at tho meeting In Cleveland Friday of tho International policy commltteo, President Farrlngton of tho Illinois mlno workers, said t li la afternoon, on announcing that Illi nois miners will obey tho general strlko call Issued today. I'rospect. of such iicrmMoti to separata districts given siibstnnco tn tho only hopo of Illinois officials that the 90,000 mlnoia of Illinois may ovado tiusponslon of work. Illinois miners win iignt for permission to make a separate contract,'-' Farrlngton ald, "and I un derstand sovernl other districts will Join ns. Farrlngton refused to name tho other states. TornKA. Kan.. March 51 Iteav loans were said to have forced the closln ot the Citizens mote bank at (laud Snrlnra. Kan., tnilav. according 10 announcement of state Bank Commission er rosier a ornce, OKLAHOMA MTV. March St Th Ib1 lianW cotr.tnlisloner la in full control ot liquidating and arranging the atfalrs of all delunct Hate banks in tixianoina. tho aunrems court ruiea in an. umnioi luuay. 1-oriT wonTH. Texas. March St. Ono hundred end thlrtv-flve Texas and Ukla noma rlruccista are holding their annual rnni'nnllnn harri to.lnV. Thev are renre pentatlvea of Itexall stores. T. W. Clubb ot San Antonio U prealdlnc. , WABHINOTON. March St President lriniioir hm leierted former Senator Kam uel II. Piles ot Waahlngton atat". to he minister to Columbia. It was announcoJ a the Whlto House this afternoon. MMKHIMflTOM. March SI. Preslden' irnrdinir hm under favorable consideration tno proposal tnai ne aurnu io i,riin a.nn.lHnn af ilia da Janeiro In the comln late tali or winter, u waa leaxncu uiuvnuj' at the Whit House tins aitsrnoon. nmmT.if. Ain.. March SI. Forme dudg. Kenesaw M. Lands, baseballs high ,.nimi..iAn.r tndav Is waiting for hli trunk to arrive. Until that t'me he will have to ahlver In the wnita aurus aported at Tampa or continue to wear borrowed suit. 1.03 A.NOEU3H. March SI. The retrial ot Madalynne Obenchaln charged wnn the murder oi J. union ninnnir. tentatively set today for June S. In BU- i ... I (j..jAnAU w It,.,.', nmrt. sriur juuii oju."" ... . - - HAi.iiM. ore., iarcn i jamri vi.,. life tsrme', was shot dead at the stale 'nueniiary iouy u ;-Y. guard, uaviason sai.i uo iad thrown a large ro u nm ana n... bo'lr In neao annmrr. I.SBBBK,l, J.SBBBBBBBBaBBKBaa-MMBPEM iw iiii'K a logclhci' In a coufcrcnco do KK'ied t) avert n strlko In such fields April 1. Tho added state ment wtn mado that no steps had been taken or results Attained which would Justify a public an nouncement. Apprehension ot tho Industrial situation which might result from tho strlko, it was said, has resulted In an accumulation of probably tho largest surplus of coal ever stored In tho United States whllo prices ot co.il in the mining districts had showed no algnn of Increasing, and, In fact, remained at n point bwer than In tho ptovlous flvo years, Consequently It was tho official view that nn nnxlely need bo occa sioned regarding the nvallablo sup ply ot coal for a period ot several wcoks. C1I1CAC30. March SI. Announce mcnt that tho ront mine strike or ders woro iiwiucd today wns charac terized by F. W. Honnold, cero- J tnry ot the Illinois Coal Oporntora association as "Just a gosturn In tended to holster up tho minors' i spirits." "It means less than It sounds," said Mr. lloiiuold. "Tho minor's . leader nro Jual trying to improve I tho mornlo ot their men by telling I them that they actually are going to cxerelso punltlvn powors and go I tin strlko It their wago demands aro i not granted. "As a matter of fact there could bo nothing but a cessation of work when tho present contracts cxplro. It the wagra wero to bo revised up ward, then tho millers would agree to a middle-ground wngo pending ndjustmcnt nnd remain nt work. Hut when wages aro to ho rovlttcd downward, they opposo a revision downward, naturally there can ho no temporary mlddto ground so work must stop when tho contracts run out unices now contracts havo beon mnde. Such nn ordor Is Just ono mora move which Is not in any way a surprise." WABIIINOTO.V, March 21. Tho department of Justice in prepared to Inko any steps deemed necessary to prevent distress or suffering grow ing out of tho coal r.trlko scheduled for April 1, Attiirney-Uciiernl Dnugh erty declared this afternoon. Daughcrty said that tho depart ment had not determined upon a plan of nctldn and ho did not he liovo anything could bo dono to keep tho miners from laying down their tools nt midnight on March 31, In nccordnnco with the strlko call is sued today. WASHINC-TON, March II. Tho government was represented at tho White House today as not having entirely abandoned Its attempts to Atla 'tillt'go Is Itccosnleil. Speehil to The World. ADA. March il. Recognition ot the Enst Central collego ns n ilnss A member of tho North Central as sociation ot colleges nnd universities Iiuh been sent to Dr. A. unsettled, president of tho college. This places tho Ada coIIoro on nn coal basis with others of tho uorth central ed ucational district. bring bituminous operators nnd I county Jail, Soltl Whisky In Indian. Special to Tho World. PAWHUHKA. March 21. Indict ed recently by tho fedrcal grand Jury nt Oklahoma City, Clnronro Nenl was arrested In Pawliuska Sat tirdny on a charco of selling whisky to im Indian. Although arrested by city police, ho was turned over to federal authorities and Is hold In tho "Kin Cotnt littt It year brtaUloMti AwhoUgrtat Lit bout el KtUotc'm that'! fit tor any King, and that" why I toy thty'rt fit lor you, 6 riux thty nsvr get tough or hard to tot, Nr. Klngi'i It's the wonder-flavor and crispness that wins for Kellogg's Evftry spoonful of Kcllogg's Corn Flakes is a taste sensation a thrill! Such delicious flavor in a cereal! And, Kellogg's crisp crunchiness beats descrip tion! Kellogg's are never tough, never leathery, never hard to eat! 'Little ifolks, as well as big folk's, will mighty quickly, "speak their piece" about Kellogg's! No imitation ever could com pare witn Kellogg's Corn Flakes and your good taste will prove that! You want KELLOGG'S and you'll get Kellogg's if you insist upon Kcllogg's in the RED and GREEN package that bears the signature of W. K. Kellogg, originator of Corn Flakes! None are genuine without it! TOASTED CORN FLAKES '".. rat" Pon'r Jatfl. KELLOCQ'S Cttn Fltktt tit mtit br tht iolkt who give you tht SUN GliELAND Horing JVefurej. Coupon Intldtr every vtckttt cl KULLOaa'S Corn Fltktt ttpltlnt how you etn obnltt tnothtr copy ot JUNQLB-lANDt 9 m. CORN FLAKES Alio toiler, of KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES tnJ KELLOGG'S BRAH, cooVeJ and knMl This Girl the Spook of Antigonish lwoiVe-NSt , a wnwwiw i Mini f,. FAKE MOUNTED POLICE llnntitnt'n of Catinillmi Northwest Mnkes It Kniy for Crooks to Work. Ori'AWA, Ont., March 21. Ho mantlo tales nf tha Canadian Worth west and tho dating deeds of tho royal C.umdlnu mounted police, whli h havo entertained American movlo and hook lovers recently, havo lircti rnpltHll7ed by ll.iposters, t'otiitidsploner A. P. Perry declared todnv. Theso Impostnrs hnvo been goliif to tin' t tilted Htales, where, piiilng ns officers of the Canadian police, thev becamn social lions, ho salil Mm v Amorlcnns havo mnde ron.plnir,ii to lilin, ho added, Iln .'Id of ono mini wlitt clnlmril ' be .. iin'tiibci, ami also a former nplaln tn the Canadian army who had guru lectures In New Kiiglnnd, been g ir d nf liotuir nt concerts mid l.aiiiiiieis f. i-d by atnvcrnots and, It Is nlleirril tmd been rocelved by Prtnld lit llnidliig. Tho AmlG'iuoh gb ia' l:i n U"' 10 ici : fil (Ml i. , ii Ii Waller l'ranklln Plenc of i'ic Anu rican He t t . nfe ninutai n weck'a search for a snln'imi of tho mystery It was me diuifihur of Mr ntid Mnt. Alexander M Hcnald of Caledonia MIL Sua f i ni, Mury Lllen MneDonnld -who. impelled possibly by a il . nii.ttc intelllKntiee, took da of arrina: fmi clothes from tho hive, braided the tmls ef . .-wn and stitucd wtlliln t"o ,'J;"VaTiK. "er faiinlioiiHe nil t lie fires. Tho plctimi nl'o shows Murv Kllen Maelioiiqlil fa''iiea ,)' M sai 1 1 mmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamimmmmummmmmmtmm H MaaaMaaaaasMaaaai stimj rot m nv ki,av tip.s IMtlllcrs 'I'nl.cii h) Surprlao nnd Snbiiiii tn Arrest. ,'lperlal to 'l Wnrld. liNID. Mir.h SI. What Sheriff Dewing flunks wss a Hp from tho Iflt Klnx Klan led to two nrrestw. Tim inforinatlnn came over tho tele Ith'inn and. acting upon tho tip. Dnwlng. accompanied by llellnlrs, u dcpiiiy drovn l ' miles oast nf Mnld (o n farm owned by W. P. Walker nnd confiscated it still In operation. fin gnjbuis of unwly-umdo earn wlilakj' and tines barreln of mash and arrested Walker and Cecil Por ter Tho men were taken entirely by Ntnprlsu and offered no resistance. Walker Is a retired farmer and lives lit Ihild. They pleaded guilty nnd weio given n Jail sentence of four months nnd n fine ot $000 each. riltctrm Marrh M-Tlie flirt offlrlal day nf aprlna: fnund many aeclleos nt the nnuilftweai arrnrtril Willi annw. nonni nrei -nii.eraMire very renilnlarcnt rf January Fascisli Attach Big Crowd; Mayor Wounded ItOMIJ, March 21. Two persons wero killed nnd more than n score, Including Mayor Ranslnl ot Pin cenzn, wero wounded when a group ot fascist! nttneked a largo crowd In tho public squarn nt that city, according to ndvlces received In Homo tbdny, Tho royal guards finally nrrlvrd nnd chased tho fnse.lstl. Tho mayor's condition wns reported ns Kcrlous. WILL HONOR HEROES Soiitln'rner.1 In Tnln In Pity Tribute In Itocrfil Demi April 2.' Mrs. PcrK Ins llrnils AsMoclntlon. Mrs. 1,. C. Perkins, society cdlinr of tho Tulsa World, was elecled president nf tho Confederated Hoiithern Monmrlal asocliUoc Tulsa chnpter, nt Its nnnurtl Iiuki -notm meeting held In the Y. W. t' A, Tuesday ntternnou Mrs. Perldin succeeds Sirs. William II. Crowdei. who Is utnlo president ns well at retiring lucitl president. Mrs. J, M. Iln was nnmod preslilent, Mrs. Walter 13. Ilrnacii reciirdlng secrftnry. Mrs. Ilei ( Parmer trensuror, Mrs. CI. D. Cobii corresponding secretary, Mrs. llllw. bcth llundlay hlHtorlnn and Mm, Clinrlos A. Coopor poet. Mr Kranees li. Dlllnrd nnd Jlrs, . nniei It. Colo wero mado new member ot tho nssorlntlon. April !K will he observed by th.i Tulsa hraneh of tho nssoeinlton Pi memory of tho honored soldier dead of tho south, It was decided nt 0 meeting, lleeauso flowers will bn blooming then, 'hn members of tho association havo set apart Junn 3 tho birthday anniversary of Jetfir son Davis, for decorating graves t.f tho soldiers. 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