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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER I ,Vi:itAiH KHOHN NUT PAID t int 1,1 tsKri i;.miil:ii DAILY SUNDAY 39,898 . 43,282 FINAL EDITION RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE VHW HDD III IrTO SM I sum M HM TJfc. sHHl. A M jW A sM. uO- 9kKr 1 SJB ' V I m "BUdJI M r-io r-" r VOL. XVII, NO. 22 NEW BITTER FEELING FOLLOWING DEATH " OF NST. JOE GIRL Lnormous Crowd Attends Funeral of Nellie Hale, Killed in Police Raid SERVICES BY KLAN BOO Robed Men, With Faces Exposed, Bury Girl Relieved Slain by Officers POLICE CHIEF IS FIRED Second Accidental Death Missouri City Brings Storm of Protests in st. JOBErir, Mo.. Oct. 22. with about flvo thousand pebplo packed Inside the cemetery and with every street leading to the cemetery anil crossing tho streets tho funeral pro cession passed over lined with ma chines and people of all types, tho funeral services of Nelllo Hale, 14-year-old girl who was shot to death Thursday night whllo police were pursuing alleged bootleggers, were held In tho largest attended funeral known of here. The funeral was tindery the aus pices of tho Ku-Klux Klan and about five hundred robed klansmon, with hood.! raised and faces ex posed, marched (n tho procession and surrounded tho grave, standing at attention and salute nn tho con eluding prayer was given and tho casket was lowered. A steady rain fell throughout the artcrnoon, but thousands stoou be neath umbrellas or rolled upon rain coots for sholter whllo waiting hours for tho procession to start toward tho remutory from tho family resi dence. No uniformed policemen were cudent. Tho K. 1C. K. handled traf fla and conducted the funeral In creditable manner In every resjicct. Just as the procession entered tho cemetery" nnd ns six llttlo girl pall bearers and two robed klansinen carried the casket to tho grave, the somber clouds which had .bred In clement 'veathcr nil afternoon, spread apart ntnl rnys of (golden sun shine shone down upon tho final services. Petitions f - '.tcmoiKl. Tonight Dr. W. ii. Campbell, head 7f the klan here, said that so far J.000 signatures to petitions to be sent Oovornor Hydo demanding a change In tho police board had been turned In but that hundreds of the petitions would not bo turned Into klan headquarters until Monday. It was decided to hold them until about Wednesday before forwarding them to Governor Ilyds, Campbell said, as tho W. A. P. Study club, tho women's klan, desired to assist In that work. No statement In forthcoming from the three police commissioners whose resignation was determined ly demanded at the open mass meet ing ot tho klan held Saturday night, which was attended by 1,000 citi zens. The funeral was tho only develop ment today In the police situation, which reached a climax: last night when the open mass meeting of the Ku-Klux Klan was held In a down town park and tho retirement of the pollen board domanded on the J around that tho police department I had failed to take proper precau tions for tho preservation of life. Second Dentil In Year. Nllle Hale Is the second person accidentally killed hero Mnco last summer while police were attempt ing lo mako arrests. She was riding on country road with hct, two brothers when killed. According to bsr brothers, a police car raced oown tho road In pursuit of another car, In which nlleVd bootleggers rro supposedly riding, the officers firing as they camo. Tho little glrli leaned out of tho Hale car. which happened to bo ahead of the offi cers' car and was struck by a stray; bullet. The three patrolmen, who With flllV (? hri.T)nnnl,l .Mf ftf tut. 'Ice, have been discharged, say tho Slrl was killed hy u shot fro.it the car they wyro pursuing. ' M . ... . . nijacner8 working on Roads of Tulsa County Hijackers, absent from tho lime Jieht for a peaceful period, returned to their .haunts again Sunday night when three men held up A. I.. Carr, a Jltnoy driver on Fifteenth stret line, at fifteenth and Utlca at 8:30 "nock and. after forrlng him to Drive a half ,mllo south on Lewis, jobbed him of S3 1 and drove away his car, telling him that they wmid leave It further alaur tho road, The car was recovered. Til IS W GATHER UI'.S.A' 0cl' 35. Maslmum 7T, mini. ?lVrt.,!0'i.,?ru,'th..wln'1i warily "uj" . "Kl'AliOMAi Mnnilsy, fair: colder In "I porjlonj Tuesday, fair) warmer In lJfi,V'?AI" VkiT Monday and Tuesday, "'sine ItmuetMure, YORK FIRE CLAIMS 1 Freed Defendant ! Seized by Band, 1 Given Tar Coat Dacoma, Okla.. Merchant Taken From City by Masked Men; Had Sold His Store DACOMA. Oct. 22. Douglas Smart, local merchant, recently tried nnd acquitted on statutory charges preferred by his daughter Jennie, was seized last night by a band of a scoro of mrfsked men, driven In u motor car Into tho country und tarred nnd feathered. Smart, It was said, sold his storo and other property, after tho trial, which took placo at Alva two weeks ago In district court nnd was planning to move from Daco mu tomorrow. Ho was seized while spending the evening at a friend's home. Smart said his captors wcro masked but not robd. OM I rlUL lO nil NUK i-iiT-ir-r iir-irw.iVJ Home-coming Banquet Is Tendered Churchman by Tulsans TELLS OF, LONG TRIP Visited Holy Land and Many European Countries .Au dience With -Pope , ,.u,..v. member ot Holy Family parish eat ji wie onnquci given Bunnay night in mo nuusiury oi mis cnurcn ami people who could not bo served stood arouifl tho banquet hnll and listened to Itovercnd Father John Q. Helrlng tell of his trip this past summer In Uurnpe where he attend ed the Kucharlstlo congress held In Home -ird later visited the Holy land, going also to other Important cities of Kurope and attending tho Passion play at Ohcrranergau, The nanquet and recent-Ion was given by Holy Family parlshlorlers In honor. or tne Homecoming of their nastor. Vlslllug p'rlesls from MUskhfreo and elsewhero were present, these noing itnvcrcnd miners van nnste! D. C. Kletcher. Victor van Dunn ncrnard IJrotons. Thomas McNultv and tho local assistant priest, Tlcv. Kmll de Prletre. These, with mem bers of tho degree team of the Knights of Columbus, with K. 1. Gallagher, toastmastor. and T. Aus tin Gavin, who mado tho snlendld uddrcxs of welcome, occupied placcH ot nonor near tho guest or tho eve nlng. Tho environment was most hospitable with the trl-colors shown In bunrftig, palms, flowers and music by a stringed orchestra adding to tno occasion. Mmks In Holy liind. Father Helrlng was privileged to celebrato mows at some of tho most sacred shrines In the Holy land some of these being tho nlaca where Christ ,wns born where Christ was crucified una tno place wnero Christ arose from the tomb, with his com panions, he lodged at n place Just next door to whero tho first rnlracler was performed, drank water from "Jacob s well." While in Jerusalem, Father Helrlng stopped wfth tho Franciscan fathers' at the Pilgrim house. He stated In his talk that he laid his plans to visit tho places In tho Holy land In historical order and went first In Ilothlehcm where ho celebrated mass where Christ was born. A visit was paid to the grotto where tho angel appeared to the shepherds and near by weto tho fields of Hoaz In which tho historic Hiith gleaned. "IVke Tulsa. Jerueulein has Its water question," he said. "Water Is obtained by carriers from hydrants In the city and distributed In reccp. tacies maun oi uog bkii .vweu up. In giving his Itlncraryhud speaking of nass ng from Jerusalem to Jcrico, the reverend father said: "Ilobbers arc ntlll plying their trade hero." Three wcoks wero passed in tnc Holy land. Father Helrlngs talk was most Informal and In relating tho visits made to deeply religious points In which he graphically depicted with religious fervor, was intermingled with sparkling wit such as relating his exnerienco at sea at which he said It was proven Indeed that be was no "herring." Again, In speak ing of styles, the speaker said while In Paris he noted the daylight styles, that he had no opportunity to view those at' night, and the daylight stvies In Paris were even more mod es't than any ho had seen In Ne,w York, Chlrago or In Tulsa. .Most interesting was tho recltul of his experience while In Home. Tho days of the Uucharlstlo congress wero told In such a manner that his hearers saw tho 100. 000 that gath ered at St. Peter's for the pontlflclal mass celebrated by the pope. Each day saw Its seething mass of people clamoring to ob'aln entrance to the various cathedrals whero npeclal masses were held. Father Helrlng ob tained audience for himself and frlend with ths pope. The honor guest of the evening was welcomed home on the part of his parish by T Austin flavin In eloquent style. Gavin spoke In a feeling manner of rather Helrlng's 16 years of service In Tulsa and of his being a pioneer, of the mannor of man and priest ho was, not only to his church but to the community from a civic point of view, FORMER PREMIER DEFENDS POLICY BEFORE THRONGS Monster Crowd Greets Lloyd George at Leeds Meeting PROGRAM IS SECRE Speach Dealt Entirely With His Past; Voiced Warm Tribute to Aides LACKED PERSONALITIES I Ex-British Leader Apparently Reeling Wily UeToro At-- tempting Come-back Hy th Associated I'rese. I.KHDS. Oct, 22. in a character Istlf speech beforo a sympathetic nudiencu imvki i.loyii ucorgu de fended liW admlnlstiatlon. but re trained from revntllnc his program Ho snoko strongly of tliu past, but vaguely of tho tuture. Apparently M plans are not yet formed, or no feels that tho time Is not ripe to dlscloso them. , Ho promised the neonlo that what ever tho futuro might bring, he would do nothing mean or paltry, de claring: "I will play no part that Is un worthy of tho contldenca placed li mo by tho people of thla country at the greatest moment In tho empire's history." Lloyd Qeorgo did not say specific nlly that It was his Diirnoso to lead the liberal body: ho did refrain, as at iancicstcr, from indorsing auh ten Chamberlain's pronouncement th.it tho labor party wno a monaco to tho country. After reviewing tho achievements of his government in War and pence, nnd particularly holding up Its succcfo In recovering (IrfAt Drltnln s commercial prestige, lie exclaimed: "And they hnvo smashed the com nidation that has 'pulled through our trade, our commorco nnd our credit throughout tho world; It Ij a crime against tno nntiou. Ho voiced h warm tribute to his chancellors ot the exchequer, Cham berlaln nnd Sir Uobert Slovenson Horne, nnd paid his compliments to tne antl-wnsto outcry, declaring that Its leaders gavo no help when It came to enforcing specific economics, Ho passed over lightly tho word "revolution." which Is tho spear- point or Chamberlain attack on labor nnd, assorted that tho govern ment had dealt successfully with In dustrlal crisis after crisis and now had got peace throughout tho Indus trial world. Crowd Wna Imuiriiao. Tho tncetlug was held In Klncma hall, a moving plcturo house, be cause It was the largest hall In Leeds, in tms darkened auditorium tno limelight w.ih turned upon Lloyd George literally. Tho crowds were Immense, anil thero was no mlstak Ing the wnrmth and affectionate na tur of tnlr greeting. Characteristics as tho speech was as Tar an it went. It lacked nersnn- alltles, which usually glvu a splco to i.ioya ucorgos piarorm npppirance. tio nan no nam words for his one. mles: Bonnr Lnw had been a friend nnd was still his friend. He declared that no one who might possibly Join In tho Georgian caravan could be offended by anything hn said today. A much creator assembly was out side the hall thnn tho 3.000 fnrtu tiato ones who managed to get ticxets. In tho morning, accompanied by several members of parliament. Lloyd Oeorgo Inld a wreath at the foot of the. Leeds memorial: then lunched with the lord mayor nt tho town hall beforo the ceremony ot conferring tho freedom of tho city, His nrrlval at tho hall, accompanied by Mrs. Lloyd George, and thnlr daughter. Meghan, was a signal for an outburst of real campaign enthu siasm, which was repeated by thoso gathered within. Lord Airedale who presided, pre sented Lloyd OPorg as "a great utateman, who through the severest crisis In history had been n pillar of tho people's hope and the center of tne world s desire Tho proceedings begnn with tho customary British ritual for such oc casions, the singing of "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow." In acknowl edging tho vote of thanks from tho meeting. Lloyd George said: Has rnllli n His I'cnplc. I havo been very much encour aged by tho kindness which I huvo received In many quarters. I have never In the whole of my experience witnessed such a spectacle as tne crowds at the stations which met mo on my way to Leeds, I do not be lieve that ihe people of this country will take their marching orders. I do not believe the people of this country will order their army at auen a bidding (rcrorrlnglo the resolution of the unionists) and whatovor happens In tho next few weeks I cheerfully stake my np- penl on the people of this country." 'The banner of tho pa,rty strife has been hoisted nt tho Carlton club." said Lloyd George, In open ing his speech. "Tho great combination of men of nil nartlcs nnd creeds for na. tlonnl purposes, the combination which led us to victory In the war and which, was taking us gradually but surety out of oMr troubles In peaco, has been brought to. an end. not because! It has ceased to serve CONTINUED ON FAQ 12 T1IKEB TULSA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 11)22 Mellon Flayed For Attempt Of Great Stock Dividends Ruling Assumes Prerogative of Supremo Court, Solon Charges I Shows Distinction Mndc by Congress Rein tive to Avoidance of Surtax Payments. WASHINGTON, Oct- 32. Weerc tary Mellon was charged today by Representative Frear, republican. Wisconsin, with overthrowing tho action of congress by his ruling that section 'Jl'O of tho icvunue law de signed to reich hircn siirnliises nr. cumulated by corpoiatlons to pro vent tho Individual payment of sur tax wero not untdlcabln In thn citso of the projected 400 per cent stork rtlvldond of the standard Oil ccm- pany of fey Jersey. Tho clrirgo was madn In a lottor to Hccrclary Mellon mado public by tho Wisconsin representative. Tl communication was in reply from Secretary Mellon In rosponflo to ono wrlttep by Itepresentatlvo Frenr. calling' attention to reported stock dividend and urging that the penalty prowsion ue invoiKcu. rircretniy Mellon wroto that section 220 had no -relation to such stock dividends ns that proposed by tho New Jersey oil company, hut added tint thero nnd been and would bo no laxity on the part of tho treasury In evoking that section "whernvcc.thcro Is any bnsh for so doing." "your letter," replied Itepresen tatlvo Frear under date of today, "ignores nnd misapprehend tho lialn leading nnd purport of tho tatvto nnd y.iur ruling assumes tho prerogatives ot tho supremo court when It sets aside thl law. "I trust that you nro not under n misapprehension as to tho iquestlon suunrely presented to vou becailsa the press, has been filled with an nounc"tnnl that thn purpose ot tho stock dividends) to bo Issued by tho Htandnrd Oil company and tho pro pysed dividend of (500,000,000 in iniiou nwurw ftieri ill which yuii nrn MAYFIELD TRIES TO DODGE KLAN Testifies He ReBignec; From Order at Aus tin in January MET WITH KLANSMEN But Took No Part in Ceremo nies, He Says; Juror Is Not Disqualified COI181CANA, Texas Oct. 22. Tho Overruling of the defendant's motion to discharge the Jury on uccount of It, J. Hanks' alleged disqualifications as u Juror and tho admission by Jarlo It. Mayflcld, tho democratic nomlneo for senator, that ho had onto belonged to tho Ku-Klux Klan, featured Saturday' session ot the court In the Mayflold ballot lnjunc tlon suit. The motion to dlachnrgo tho Jury and stop tho trial was overruled by judgo scarorougn after ho had heard testimony of Hanks, whosu qualification as n. Juror was Attacked and w. If. urewster, who soro to tho charges from which Hanks' disqualification was sought, Tliu other 11 tnembers of, the Jury woro out of tno courtroom during tho evidence and argument of op posing counsel. Tho Ku-Klux Klan took a prominent part In tho pro ceedings. it was Drought out by Jirewster s testimony tnat mere was a meeting tho Cora enna K, K. J. noar Kerens last night and tho Mayflcld inunction n'JIt was discussed. That there was a "demooratlo meeting" In this samo vicinity last night was also testified to by Alfred It. Young of C'orslcina, who admitted he is a member of the klan. Young further testified that Hrewster told him nt this meeting ot his (Ilrewster's) a, leged convetnaulon with Juror Hanks hen Hanks Is said to have made the tatoments that ".Mayflcld Is n Ku- Kluxcr, aught to he In the peniten- ary and his name should not bo on tho general election ballot." ,VTto tho Ku-Klux Klan. Mayfle d said ho was once a member, but had resigned In January this year. No tification of acceptance of his resig nation wits received January, he ald. ilo attended klan meetings nt Dal as, Gainesville, Longvlow ami Ar tansas IMs during his campaign, but did .not mako political speeches v any of mem, ho said. When Judge Scarbrouch ad journed court today unt'l Monday morning, he announced that "w think all the testimony Is In." In cape It Is. argument In the caso will start Monday morning. Turks Trrrorltn Thrace, CONSTA.NTINOPLi:. Oct. 22 Hands of organized comltadjla and rmed irregulars are operating throughout eastern Thrace, accord ing to Ilrltlsh Information. They avo entered largely through tho neighborhood of Tlrnovo and Mldla nd aro terrorizing tho local popula tions everywhere. f.'riHliH Art- Or'criHl Home, HKHLIN. Oct. 22 Tho Greek consulato has Instructed all Greeks In Germany belonging to tt mili tary classes from 191" lo 1922, who hitherto have been exempt from military service, to report wlthliuslx days In order that they may pro ceed to Greece, , by T?rear 1 Vindication 'ayr supposed to he interested Is for the purposo of avoiding tho surtaxes which would apply If thesn enor mous nmounts, aggregating over 1, uuu.uuu.uuo, wcro distributed as cash dividends. ".Naturally, ns a man of great wealth, interested In fiu or more Cor ponitlons affected by Ihe ruling on slock dividends nnd taxation, you will find your Personal Intrust In- volvcd in any declflon, but I assume in ymir position as a, puniic oilicer you will ho governed by thn law nnd tho Interests of tho piibllo rathe than by any personal conslitrrntlnu, "In your letter to mo you suy thn cnrpoigunn has paid Its full tax. ThlH refeiH, I tnko It, to section 230, but tho penalty of 25 per cent Is Imposed by congros In order to rench tho unwarranted surpluses uiui nro neni py corporations and not distributed us capital dividend In order to evade thn tax payment under thn Individual surtax law. This Is the distinction so clearly tpadn ny congress that It cannot bo fairly misunderstood. It Is number way of reaching tho tax on iindlslrlbu ted profit . Inch Is iijidnuhtcdly permitted under tho law nnd thn decision of the supremo court in tho stock dividend caso. "your efforts to protect tho gov ernment treasury In the past luno necn not (linden toward collecting n lax upon large and powerful cor porations, and In tho present emergency your nctlon In overruling thn express act of congiess will rt suit lu u loss to tho treasury of mi iimouut reaching pnvcrnl hundred million dollars unuunlly. "I trust that you will reconsider your ruling " CAPITAL WOMAN DENIES KIDNAPING Mrs. Shinn Will Return From Illinois With out Requisition HIS BOY IN CUSTODY Delegated by Parents to Keep Child Until G Years Old, She Tells Officers HUSTON. III.. Oct. 22. .Mrs. O. T. Shinn, charged with kidnaping Jack Kurairn 3 years old, of Oklahoma City, okla., tonight agreed to return to Oklahoma City with tho boy with out extradition papers after being irluaved from Jail on u, writ ot habeas corpus. Tho woman told the Associated Press that oho would return to Okla homa with tho boy unaccompanied If permitted by tho authorities and that sno was preparing to stun next Wednesday, jliiHiiami is in .inn. Mis. Khlnn. whosu husband, mi attorney. Is serving u 80 days' Jail term at Oklahoma City for con tempt of court In connection with failure to produco the Knratu child after ho had boon charged with ab duction, was Arrested last night hy Deputy Sheriff Doris of West Frank fort, who received word that tho boy had bcon seen near Wilmington, III., whero Mrs. Shinn resided, rlha cmphatlcnl y denied that sno had any intention of kidnaping thu child und employed n local attorney Itobcrt B. Smith, to apply for i writ of habeas corpus. Tho writ was granted by Judgo C. H. Miller. In company with tho boy, Mrs. Shinn spent today visiting relatives here. Sho dopaitod for Whlttlug. ton tonight to prepare for her Jour ney to Oklahoma City. Olivers Aitrr .Mrs. miiiiii. State's Attorney Hoy C. Murtln of Franklin county, after a long dis tance; teloiibono conversation with Sheriff Dancy of Oklahoma, said thn Oklahoma official was sending an .officer to Franklin county to tako Mrs. Hhlnn In custody. Mrs. Hhlnn declared she had been caring for tho boy slnco ho was 17 months old when his parents, air. and Mrs Oeorgo Knrnm separated Kho added that tho boy'ii father hud requested her to take core of the rlilli! until ho was years old. Tho whereabouts of tho child was discovered when a woman, who gave her name as Mrs. U. K. Itaftg of Whltllngton, wrote to Oklahoma of ficials offering to toll where thn child wns for u reward of 1200. Tho boy disappeared from Oklahoma City about n month ago. VlndlwMtok Fa IN lo Itcibj, VLADIVOSTOK, Oct. 22 The curtain has born rung down on the Inst scene of thn Itusslan revolution. Thoso who dcifonded this Inst out post of opposition to tho sovlet.i nrej departing. A lew nunureu persuim have been killed whllo peoplw sr sitting back waiting for their new rulers, the soviet leaders of tho fur eastern lopubllc, to arrive. Four lllo In Antn Wreck. MONTCLAIK. N J . Oct. 22 Four persons wero killed early today when an nutomobllo driven by Kd word O. Dahlcn struck tho curb whllo rounding a sharp curvo neur Porter park, throwing the cven oc cupants Into the street, LYMAN ABBOTT, GREAT PREACHER ANO EDITOR, DEAB Successor to needier Passes Away at His Home in New York WAS WRITER OF NOTE Ah Editor of Outlook, He Pc- camo Associated Witli Great of Nation AUTHOR OF MANY BOOKS Connection With Civic Enter prises Wide; Head of Many Groat Organizations NKW YORK. Oct. 22. Dr. Lyman Abbott, rdltoi'-ln-chlct of Tho Out look, with which ha had been naso- clalrd nearly forty years; clergyman, lawyer, author nnd successor lo Homy Ward llerchcr ns pastor of Plymouth chinch, Brooklyn, died today. Ilo would havo been N7 next December. When tho end camo his four eons nnd two ilnughturs , eru at thn bedside. Doctor Abbott suffered a sovero attack of bronchitis at his country homo In Ciirnwnll-on.thn.Hudson last summer from which ho never fllllv recovered. Hn letllriieil In ills city liomu two weeks ngo. Thn Itcv, Lyman Abbott, D. I) was ono of tho most uctlvo leaders li many avenues of rellglitus and civic thought In tho United States. as preacher, editor, author nnd thu- ologlau ho exhibited i quality o( character which Impressed Itself on nil who, camo In contact with lilin. a singular polso and serenity of pint. in his early youth, after gradua tion from tho university or tno city of New York, hu studied law and wns admitted to the bur, and after wards practiced In partnership with ins prompts, iionjamlii v. and Ana tin Abbott. Giving up tho law for theology, no studied for thn mln Istry of the Congregational church, with his uncle, H. C, Abbott, and was ordained at Fnrmliigton, Maine In lKfiO. His first charge wns In Terro Haute, Ind., whero ho ro malncd flvo years. As editor nt tho Christian Union, which was later to ba known ns Tlo outlook, Ills work, In association with that of the Hnv, Henry Wurd HuRchcr. miiikod htm ns a. tnnn of great promlsa uml line who saw rc intion, not too narrowly conven tlnnallr.cil, but overlapping and spiritualizing many of thn social and civil problems of thn time. Pastor nt llcct'licr'N Church. After tho deuth of Mr. Hecchcr. Doctor Abbott becmno pastor of Plymouth church, In llrnoklyn. wnero his predecessor had earned fame as ono of tho foremost nulnlt orators in America, lie was inlalled In Plymoife church January 16, 1890, and remained In charge until 1899. when ho resigned, lie pub lished u llfo of Henry Ward Hocchcr mm ii voiumo ot ins sermons. in Doctor .Miuou n work ns editor of the Outlook, In which ho was as sociated In his long cnieor with many famous mnn, Including Thoo doro Hoosevelt, ho sought to Inter pret the different orders of politi cal organizations from tho Christian viewpoint. Those who wero near him during this part of hM life say that extraor dinary working power was one of his chief chnractorlstlcx, Modera tion nnd sanity wern thn chief notes of his temperament and altitude. H commanded attention by his trans. parent sincerity and hy u gift of clear persuasive statement. Tho range- of Doctor Abbott's con nertlOn with civic enterprises was very wide; he hud Intimate associa tion with botterment work In many fields. Ilo held office In ut least a score of organisations for city, state and national, and even International reform, and was a'llvely interested In many other, in' ludlng societies rnr child, civil and prison reform, charity organization, forestry unuj clailons and tho American lied Cross society., Doitor Abbott was known not only to his friends anil eo-w. inkers but to thn public) us well, us u ra tional optimist; imib who bi th clearly present obstacles and evils, but in confident that the creative forces In society uio making for th free dom and happiness ot man, nnd must prevail. Ardor fur Achievement, The ardor for spiritual achieve ment kept him always at high points ot observation and explains In n measure tho hnrmony ho was abln to establish butween himself nnd his work, whP h was prodigious for CONTINllitl ON I'AOB ar.VH.v. Cull Osage 3!)0 for Voting Information If you want to voto at the Keneral election In November you must reg ister, and you only havo six days left to do It in All qualified voters no matter who they aro or what their politics, should register this week If they havo not already dono If lu doubt about tho number in yuur precinci, or wno wie pro riiict registrar Is. call Osnirn 390, Jivcry assistanco will bo given you, iu 10 PAGES VICTIMS ,No Tax-Exempt securities When Bill Is Passed Administration Officials Ho licvo Amendment to Tluit Effect NeceuHsnry WASHINGTON. Oil 2:' - Adnp Hon of tlio pending resolution pro posing a I'linslltulloiiiil amend ment pitting an end to thn Issuing of tax-cxept securities will be urged upon congress at Its short session, It was stilted today by high fiscal ofUi'ois of the admin istration. They declared tho question of tax free bonds was Iho miHit Important not along of thu national tyx problems, but of some of tho Indintilaln as well, It was Indicated that lliopinposcd legislation will line thn full sup port of thn admlnlsliatlon. 1'iesl dent Hauling was expected to re new lu his annual mcssngn to con gress In December his recom mendations for such a change In tho organlo law. DAUGWTY HITS ' OUT AT, CRITICS Defends Course in Strike and War Fraud Cases in Canton Speech CIVIL WAR. AVERTED Rail Injunction Kuficued the Country in Time of Peril, He Declares CANTON, Ohio, Oct. 22. Making his only campaign speech to the votrin ot his homn state Attorney General Datighcrty lust night, rend ered nit iicocuutliig ot his steward ship nt Washington, defended his courso In the Chicago Injunction pro cecdlugs and lit thn prosecution of war frnuds, and declared (hut de spllo "accusation nnd calumny," the department or jusiicu' would srocccd 10 perform Its duties as It sees them under tho constitution. In thn Mrlko (mergency. tho nt- torhey-geneiul said, tho federal gov ernment iibi-U tho Injunction ns tho least drustlo means at hand for rescuing tho country from "thu grip of civil war.'1 Ho ascribed somo of tho blumo to "tho radicalism and character" of prominent lAor leaders, and soma of It to "hm li belled" rullway executives, and as- serted-that any alloiney-general who would not have acted under thn cir cumstances "should bo Impeached." Tender Nla Touched. Declaring tho real purposn of at tacks on tho department's record In war fraude Investigation was to force thn hand of tho government and prematurely dlscloso Important I nviuence, unughcrty said such as saulls had been Inspired, not by tin dupai tmeiit's Inactivity, but because lender spotn had been touched by tho suits already under way. "We would havo heard llttlo criticism of thu department Justice," ho said, "had It not been discovered that a casu like tho Chemical foundation, for Instance. (In which valuable patents wero assigned by public officials to com panics which they UiciiihoIvcs had organized) was under Investigation and tho part played by those In volvcd, also was being scrutinized by government agents. And let mo here, without giving any Intimation as lo who thu men were, let mo suggest that I havo had ho iinlqiio experience of silting In ho department of iiistno nnd listen ing to tho stnry of a man formerly connected with tho government und rearing patiently his picas for cer tain fairly legitimate concessions when, at the anmo time, lu tho city of New York, another former offi cial, ono of his ussovlatus, was busily ingaged In getting contributions and making thnnnftJIons In order that thu attacks upon tho deittrtmcnt of Jus the and the govcrnmorii might be Increased, reinforced nnd successful ly continued. 'IlircnleiiH to (ihe Names. "I can give the names of these paries If ever they lilt their voices to dispute this stnlejuent, but, un less I am compelled by (hem so to do, I sbotild liko to go through Hits entire, investigation without promu turely mentioning names except In tho orderly process of court pro ceedings. Their names, however, win bn found In connection with cer tain initiation wherein some of tho most Important questions and sotnn of thu most quettlonablo transac tions and some of the most valuable. properties In the world aro in ills pnte, and thn right and wrong of tho transactions connected with the transfer of certain propeity, must be itDtermlned In u court of Justice." THIS WOItf.v Is sorry to dis appoint thoso who nre expecting ii continuation, or tho sequel, to McCutchcon's "llelr at Iirge" this morning as promised. The copy for this very Interesting Monday morning feature did not nrrlvo Delay In malls Is tho only explanation wn an offer Hut wo tan assure tho hundreds who hava called abou this story that thn sequel chapters will appear Just as soon after tho copy la de livered as possible. PRICE 5 CENTS MANY CHILDREN LOSE LIVES WHEN TENEMENT BURNS Find Dead in Bed, Suffo cated Without Chanco to Make Escape FAMILIES WIPED OUT Flames Pclievcd Work of Py. romaniac, Trap Scores in G.Story Building MECHANIC'S HELPER A HERO - KcscucB Women and Children About to Leap to Street to Certain Death NKW YOltK, Oct. 22 -Flf teen nioha. most of thorn children, lost their lives early today in a fits believed bv city officials to bo tin work of a pyromanlac. The fU.nea swept with murdorous suddenness from cellar to nttlo of a five-story brick tenement at Loxlnglon avenun and llOlh street In thn thlcklv norm. lated cast side. Tho litnzq apparent ly started In a baby carrlaco under tho stairs In tho lower hall under almost Identical circumstances na ..... ,v,.vi uii;iiiiinry nro in an up. per west side apartment houso which 5 ln "ovon looUi. Ho quickly i .'Li 1 "I'ool through tho liulldlnrf that a number of tho dead wern found In beds, burned or uf- wunoui tne slightest oppor tunity to escape. Nathan Silver and four ot his chll nJl..w''rn '"""e h victims. Mrs. Silver escaped. Mr. and Mrs.Abraham Matllsky ,n,d Sidney and Catherine Hugarmnn, brother and l.(r-nf Mr. Matllsky, also perished. All Kxlt Cut Off. i''r."y .1r,er, 1 u'duck this morn ing City Marshal Joseph Lazarus, wiill on his nay home, saw smoko ssulng from tho hallway of tho building, lie ion To tim ,,,,-rt and turned In nn alarm. Whon hu returned tha whni imit.ii.,,. i ground floor of which la occupied by stores, was a mass of flames, and by tho stnlrwayH was cut off. Most of tho persons on tha second floor succeeded In mnklnir l,ol. down tho flrn escape, but those on thu uuner rin.-rrs h:1 n throifgh smoke and flamns pouring out of ihe windows. Several tenants perched upon Mory windows threatened to Jump but wero provalled upon by firemen to remain until ladders could bo raised to lae them down. Ono nged woman, Mrs. Mnrv tnuiu.. ,n.r.. garded thn warning and leaped from the fourth floor, meaii-im. ini,,ri.. Which c.nused her death lonlclil , Whllo tho firemen were at woik on tho second floor nnd preparing to fight their way lo thn third floor, tho third floor collapsed but not be fore u warning roar had sent tho firemen to safely. Youth Is n Hero, nearly a score of persons owo their lives to n-yuur-old James O'Don hll, a mechanic's helper,' who was eating nt a restaurant In tho vicinity when hn heard a woman cry for help. Itunnlug to the street, ho eavr tho woman leanlntr out nf ti. win. dow on thu second floor of tho burn ing tonoment with two small chil dren by her side. The clamhorcd on tho sill of a store win dow. Jumped and raught a swinging sign mid pulled himself up to tho window. Ho Ird tho three frightened tonants down the fire escape to the street and then rah back and res cued thn woman's 18-mnnth-old baby, who was n sleep In n crib, Liter ho wont to thn roof of an adjoining building Slid bv llirovelnrr ii hn.r,l over the nllov so.ic. mnin u nn.. slbln for u number of tenants, who seemingly had been cut off from escape on tho roof, to rrnu in safety William Conner. 22, who lives with his mother arm., ihn nr.Ai from tho burned building, also rer nied a number of persons from the third floor, Including Mis. Silver Hn was badly burned when a gust of flames burned tho clothing from his back as ho was walking down Ihe fire escape with a woman In his arms. I'lro Incendiary, "I-verytliltig points to thn flrn he. ng of Incendiary orlcln." Asslnt.inr Distrlrt Attorney Heunls, who to conducting nn Investigation, said to. rrlght. liennls, ono of the first of flclals to visit the sceno while tho uazo was in progress, has noted he marked similarity between to- lay's fire nnd that In tho west sirts apartment house several weeks ago, when seven persons wero burned to deuth At that time In a doorwnv nni in tho building burned, a tenant re ported that Just beforo the fire ho had discovered a blazing baby car riage In tho hall. He extinguished it nnd na he did so, saw a man, un- nowii to turn, comn from tho pas igcway to tho cellar. He. iiiipi. loned tho stranger and tho latter inswered: "I Just thought there might bu a file, so t camo to see" Then ho dlauppearod. Tho charred frame of a baby car riage was found today In tho ruins ot thu building wnero 15 persons lost their lives. Part of the inves tigation hinges upon thu baby car rldu clues.