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RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER AVKUAHH KWOltN Nltt PAID ClHff LATIO.V, BETTKMHI-H FINAL EDITION DAILY SUNDAY 39,898 43,282 VOL. XVII, NO. 23 TULSA OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER SM, 11)212 20 PAGES PRICE 5 CENTS HEINY CITED ON REGISTRA1 FRAUDS 4vmv ini I ir?i in in in in ssmiaximm WiVRV ill re?? III III 1 J1L iV JllfeMT Jr3i8ES?S:?m. - I 1 t rW V MBklS.- j. MWP. -A CT AJir ATrWHV IT A-1 r i x r i v i iu i i h i f QE0'v REBUKE TO KLAN IN LETTER SENT BY PRESIDENT He Approves Republican Methods , in Texas in Message to Leader INDORSES PARTY MOVE Feddy Loses Fight to Have Ilia Name Place on Texas Ballots . IR CHARGES AGAINST KLAN Mayfield Active in Organiza tion Long After Resigna tion, Witness Says NEW CHILEANS. Oct. 23 Sup porters of Ocorco 13. U, Teddy lott their fight todajv beforo a special tribunal of federal Judges to force the use of hi name on tho official ballot for United States senator In opposition to Karlo II. Mayfleld. deroocratlo nominee nnd reputed Ku-Klux Klan candidate. ' Tho Judges held that they were without Jurisdiction to grant, the re lief asked for by tho Teddy faction, adding that other questions than that of Jurisdiction wcro not con sidered In tho decision. Tho case wan transferred to New Orleans nftnr a" Injunction hail been filed In Mobile to( compel the secre tary of state of Texas to put the name of Teddy on Uia ballot. Judge Lrwln of tho Mobllo court decllnod to hear tho enso on the ground of no Jurisdiction. Attorneys for the. fusion candi dates announced they will carry their fight to tho United States su premo court if necessary and those representing tno stale 01 ucxub un aided tho decision as a victory for itate rlchts. Imohos NuUonnl Politic. Na.lonal politics becamo'lnvolvcd In tho case today when attorneys for tho antl-Ku Klux Klan or fusion faction, nnnounced that H. It. c'reager, on0 of tho complainants, had received a letter from President Harding in which tho national exec utive .was declared to have com incndcTi Texas republicans for aid ing Independent democrats. Tho tetter follows: Harding' Letter. President Hardlns'nrletter tr Mr. Creager follows: "I havo your letter in which you relate tu mo tho action of tho re publican stato commltteo of Texas in KhTBtho VcTy iarsfflon!u.e r quarry escaped through a side Hhl.h la lni-nli'it Iti Ihn election Ijf i United State senator from that tate. I hopo it is not nmlrs for me to say that I think it an uugury of .,.. .. i ,h nntiiirj. nr voiir ' ?reat state when tho republican or L-snlziitlnn n nrnmntlv nnd so unanl 1 1 " " " i mously turned to co-operation with the independent democratic move ment to carry on ri campaign dic tated by the necessities of the Mt uatlon which has developed, I like to think of the aspiring republicans of Texas being committed to the ful lest malntenanco of Atnerlcnn free dom, determined to oppose all grouping of classes and nttendlng dictation, which lit contrary to American Ideals. tSlgncd) WAKEN O. HAKDING. In presenting tholr arguments, at torneys for the Teddy faction con tended that Mayfleld is the candi date of the Ku-Klux Klan, which they declared, haa absorbed tho democratic party " In Texas. There fore, they charged, Mayfleld li not th democratic candidate. They Halmed thulr client waa being "un constitutionally discriminated ngalnst" by the Texas election laws as construed by tho attorney-general. Tried to Eliminate Klan. Attorneys for tho stato nrgucd, hat the klan lssuo was not a part I the quohtlon, Tho issue, they de- lared. was whethor the stato has he right to regulato Its own prl a.!es. Attorney-Qeneral Keeling declared that ho was not defending "ho klan or Mayfleld, but was de fending the officers of tho stato of Texas In discharge of their duties. 1'cddy'rt case was presented by Vy. W. 1). Oordon of tlenumont ! W. a. Loo and T. M. Kennedy of Houston and that of the state by 'a aitorney.goncral, hl audstant, ' C Sutton, und Secretary of Stute h'apies. Lovo charged that Mayfleld was 'he candidate of a faction masmier "ding under tho gulso of tho dewo 'rail party. Ho declared that he was nominated by the klan at secret nettings and by secret ballots weeks before tho primary was held The attorney. general Insisted that ho fodoral court had no Jurisdiction. the Issue was purely political, federal authorities, ho said, can sue no part In the lssuo until after n election, when It becumcw n mat r for th snnte to decide, as the "hly Judge of the qualifications of iiioiuuors, Tho tribunal wnicn in tho caso ws coniprlntd of circuit Judge It. W. Wnlkor of New urleans. D'strlct Judgo lleuiy imyton and District Judgo It. T .i.,i .' ct Alabama. The rase was "J led "it, n, Creagor, nnd others. J. Chester H. Hryan, and otlu-ic" m.,?,:or.ls republican ixeiutlvo com J1""1 chairman In Texas and llryan dtifn.ly Jud8 ot Houstgu. In ud- U"JOn to .Illilir .u. J.f.nH CONIWUED O.N I'AUE.' TlilltTBB.N 'Divine Sarah' Observes 77th; , Health Is Good Quietly Celebrates With Hope She May Livedo He 100; Sends LoWfto U. S. TAUIP, Oct. 23. Madamo Sarah llernhardt, tlio "divine Sarah" quietly observed tho soventy-sev-cuth anniversary of licr birth to day wjtli the optimistic hope that she Uvea to ho 100. 'n reply to tho various tnesnagrn df congratulations, tho famous actress sent tho following mcrsngo through International News Serv ice: v "Tlenso Rive my lovo to nil my dear American friend on this day. "I hope Hint you may visit mo on my birthday cery year lor tho next 20 years to wish mo a hnppy birthday." Despite her ndvnnced nee nnd tho accident which ninrto amputa tion of ono of her legs neccsmry, Madame Bernhardt In In excellent health and Is still the matter of her dramatic art. DAUGHTERS STILL SEEKING REVENGE Members of Hanna Fami ily Attack Cecelia De vore at Third and Main POLICE-SAVE QUARRY But She Declines to Prosecute and Assailants All Arc Re leased by Officers X crowd of several hundred spec tators wltncsed an epllogua to tho punctured "poisoning theory'' in connection with the death Thursday of George W. Hunnn, deputy United States marshal, when Cecelia De vorc, said to bo one oHio threo women mentioned In the marshal's dying Htslement, wan attacked lit the corner of Third and Muln street about 3 "o'clock by threo daughters of tho deceased officer. After re ceiving a severe flogging at their hands, according to witnesses, tho Devoro woman fled Into tho Itlalto thor.tor, where sho wan again run to earth In a dressing room by the pur suing cohorts and saved from further mistreatment ottly by tho interfer ence of police officers, who appeared on tho stojjui and suspended tho ac tivities or. tne iniuriaieu irio wnno exit. After tho restoration of serenity nnd dispersal of tho crowd by tho of ficers, tno four women were tagen to tho pollco station, whoro some . ,i i ...... i i ., . f tho matter nnd the participants wero relensod when tho Dovoro woman declined tcf file charges against her assailants. Nono of the Involved parties could be located afterward to stato their respective tildes ot the case. The women who attackod Cecelia Devoro wero Mrs. CHorla LaForge, 603 West l'lfth, Mrs, Vlrgle Solfert, 918 South Frisco, and another laughter believed to be Mrs. May Harmon, of Kansas City. They were till clad in deep mourning, which added u. dramatic ouch to tho street isensatlon. Despite the announcement Satur CONTl.NUKU OS I'AUB TWELVU MOSQUE GROUND BREAKING TODAY Several Thousand Masons Will Attend Cere monies Here Iletween two thousand and threo thousand peoplo from northeastern Oklahoma, will como to Tulsa today for tho ground-breaking ceremonial for the mosque, tho new homo of Adknr Templu at tho corner of Fourth and Denver. Tho ceremonial will Im preceded by a parade tlm will start at 1:30 from tho Masonic headquarters ""' will take place ut 2 o'cluck. A. O. Farmer, head of the Akdar corporation that Is building tho mosnue, will turn the flrit shovelful of dirt. Mayor II. I'. Ncwblock will make a short talk nnd the address of the afternoon will bo made by Judgo J K. Louthan of Ponca City. Key trend John it. Abernathy will glvo tho Invocation ' Tho entire day will bo devoted to Hhrlno activities. From 9 o'clock to 1 :30 p. III., novices will bo registered ut the rei order s office in the Mas onic temple. The ShrIno,J;und and patrol will meet all trains und thero will be cars ut the depot to afford transportation for all visiting nobles Tho pnrnde precedlng-tho ceremon ial starts, promptly at 1:30 o clock nnd tho ground-breaking cercmon fes will I-" held at i. At 3:J0 o'clock n business meeting will bo heU and trom i t" fi 30 o lock n lunch for all nol li s nnd nowci wlljrtio fcerwd at convention lall Ceremonial ses sions will be held nt convention hall at 7 o'clock and the day's program will be concluded with a danco and ii vaudeville performance, MRS. Him MB ON HER 'AFFAIRS' Asked Opinion of Mrs. El- f sic Bernhardt on Love ! for Reverend Hall INVOLVE MORE WOMEN) Pastor May Have Also Been Infatuated With Woman in fj. Y., InVcstigators Say WITNESSES IDE IDENTITY Church Members Seen by Boys Near Phillips Farm Reluc tant to Admit It Coryilsht. !::, by Intfr. Nwi Strvleo NEW HIll'NHWlCK, N. J., Oct. 23. Tho revelation that Mrs. Elca nor Mills was troubled over Jer clandestine romance with Dr. lid ward. Wheeler Il.ill, rector of the church of Btt John tho Kvangcll.it, and sought tho ndvlco of ii sister on liur tangled love utfalrr, was made to tho International News Kervlco today by Mis. Klslo liarnhardt, thn slwtur who lives In I'ntternsoii, N. J. Mrs. liarnhardt told how Mrs. Mills had comn to her tho latter part of August, bart-ly two wtrlm bfoiw the double murder, and discussed her relations with Doctor Hall, SlMrr Warneil Her. "My s'ster caniu over hero and hadu talk with mo on her affairs with Doctor Hall," Mrs. liarnhardt said. "Sho wanted to confldo Jier marital troubles to me, ,My eMer told mo that sho was Infatuated with tho rector. Sho wanted advice. I reminded ,hcr that sho was older than 1 nnd told her she Uld not need to be told that what sho was doing was not right. I reminded her that ha had u husband and two children anA that people frowned upon that sort of thing. I said to her 'you nro living n lie. Nothing good can como from It.' "My husband, Frank, wa with M at the time. Wo were sitting on the porch of my numo here. Eleanor then appealed to"y husband: "'Vou are married, Frank,' sho said to him. 'Now if you mut some one you really loved, would you let someono stand in the way of your happiness?'" i Got No Consolation. Hero Ilarnhardl Interposed, "I told her I did not think It possible for mo tdMiii-ot an) ono 1 loved moro tlinn my wife." he put In, "I told her it was Impossible, for that rea son, for mo to answer her ques tion." Doth made It plain that Mrs. Mills got Uttle consolation from them, Evidence tending to corroborate previous statements that Mr. Hall had accompanied Mrs. Mills to New York la to In August, when she went there to have some dental vrork done, was revealed today through a letter Mrs. Mills wrote to her 10-year-old daughter. Charlotte. Char- coNTiNUnn on paob tiuhtekn The Republican Platform The plutfrtrm on which h Ii run Hid I cfHicMrrctl by ti honorable candidal tt olemn tiMIt!on to (ho tnj to b releeinl aa far at poail tit In tha vfnt ot hf flection. John Fltlda la aurh a ramlMaU find an lwn the iitatform on which tie ac rvrtfd numinatloit for tlm office f Kitvernor. i;rh tay until elt.llon The Wnrhl will prwent iti thla pari an important j.Unk of the republican ptatfurm. A Constructive Labor Plank ' Trn plcdgo an administration ' of utato govertiinent, which first of nil, will seek to Improve the agricultural situation In Oklahoma through enacting Into laws tho matured demands of or ganized farmers who actually farm. Among theso demands aro: That tho stnto put In a tunnery ii nd leather goods factory nt the state penitentiary, that motor ve hlclo taxes lie rollecled In tho counties where tho motor vehl cles aro used, that tho school transfer luw b amended, that an anti-discrimination law be enact ed nnd Hint state laws pertaining to grading und warehousing ot farm products be administered In Co-operation with federal laws and supervision. "We aro committed to an nd mlnlMratlon of statu departments and especially the department of agriculture, which will seek to protect fanners ngalnst en croachments of speculators in land und In leases on Indian lands. Those who hear tho every burden of labor whether on farms, In workshop or elsewhere, should be sustained and encour aged by puhllo officers who know from personal experience the problems of thoso mho toll. Our candidates, know these prob lems from personal experience mid hnvu personal its well us public Interest 111 their jst solution." path - Bound Organization Would torce All Democrats To Cait Ballot for Walton Threatened With Slaughter by HKiilnr, Reconstruction Leaguer Attempt to Excommunicato Forever All Who Oppose; L'att Struggle to Dominate State. Sp-Ut to The AoiM OKLAHOMA CITV, Oct 23 An oath-bound orgnnlrnttoii is being perfected over tho stntc for suppoit of Wulton und punishment of demo crats opposed to him, according to blanks which havo como Into pos session of pnlltlinl headquarters hero. It nppenrs to bo n sort of Wnl ton 1c lii ii. This organization Is believed to hnvo its rtato headquarters here, and to bo ii brunch of tho work of tho reconstruction lenguo. It Is called "Tho Witllon for (luvrrnor club," and tho Oklahoma City hindquar ters of this club Is In Walton's pri mary rnmpalgii headquarters, from whlrh a Walton sign Is now mis pended. Tho Oklahoma county work Is In charge of Juhn Franlng, promi nent In tho reconstruction leaguo councils. Ed Scmans, chairman of tho stnto democratic committee, nnd supposed to bo In rhnrgu of Walton's cam paign, denied that ho knew anything abg,ut the organization nnd charged It to tho republicans In lieu of any knowledge of the matter. However, Siinnns parses thn nfflco every ilny wlterp tho snmo Walton sign Is hang ing which woe In service during tho primary campaign. Tho membership card of tho club has tho following oath i no solemnly swear thnt ns n democrat I will vote for ami Miiinnrt tho deiiiiicrm iiiimlni-i' for itoyernor. BONAR LAW TAKES JOB AS PREMIER Formally Accepts Pre miership From King George at Palace IS NOTED TORY LEADER Declined to Take Premiership Until His Party Had Made Him It's "Commander" Ily the AsocMleil Prin. LONDON, Oct. 23 Andrew llo nar Law today. In tho traditional Phrase of tho court circular "kissod hands upon his appointment ns jiniiio minisior ami tirst lout of the- treasury," alia thus becomes Eng land's first CanadlHii-born premier Today was devoted to the formali ties necessary In a monarchical country to a elingo In tho govern ment. The king In tho morning gnvo nn nudlenci) trt, and took for mal leave of tho out-going prime minister, Mr. Lloyd (leorgo. Then camo the unionist, meeting In the afternoon when Mr. Donar Law was unanimously elected leader of tho party. This was followed by an nu dlonco nt Iliicklngham palaco when Mr. Ilonar Law, at tho king'a Invi tation, undertook to form a now administration. Tho king will hold a privy coun cil probably Wednesday, if the prime minister Ikin then completed his ministry, for tho swearing In of tho now ministers. Tho king will, on thn advlco of the prlmo minister, proclaim tho dlsrolutlon of parlia ment Thursday, and according to present airangsments, elections-will bo held November ifj. Mr. Honar Uw Is understood to havo hln cabinet list almost com pleted, nnd it Is expected tho com position of the ministry will bo nn nounced tomorrow. It Is universal opinion that he succeeds to h most difficult nnd onerous task, and mnny inlscUings ore heard ns to whether his health will stand the In evitable strain, but he has made It qulto clear that If he finds ills hmlth unequal to tho task, ho shall bo al lowed quietly to step oslde. LIojil rjcorgo f,ost Ills Swonl. The situation Is unique In tho an nals of llritish ck'dkMi politics, In asmuch ns it Is only threo weeks to election il.uo nono of tho leaders hnM yet HiinmiiR-pii bin policy, each side fippeais to be walling on the other. Mr. LIojil Oorgr's fppon ents aro making merry with the sug gestion that the sword hu announced himself as brandishing when ho left Iiidon iniuday miirt have been lost somen hero on tint wuy to Lenls. Tho only real question before the electorate 1m whether they wish to be governed by a coalition, nut that cannot properly be described as nn election plnnk, because except In tho quiet unanticipated result of a tremendous landslide In favor of ono particular party, It Is almost certain that .po party will be re turned strong enough to form ii gov ernment without tho co-operation ot some other party. Mr. HJnar Law eauiflrma that Ire laud Is an agreed question and lie .further Intimated clearly and frank ly nt the unionist meeting today that tariff rilform or protection would not form un Item of his policy. And slnco Mr. Lloyd Oeorgo has nn nounced himself ns a free trader this question cannot como to the front, as both the liberal and labor parties nro In ftivor of fieo trade. Tho prlmo minthtc.r promises to de- flnn lilu .irilli.v tt. Iild I'Amlnt. hiihm.Ii nt filusgow but Judging from bis ' CONTIWL'Kll O.N J'AU1 THI.I.VB Komi. buytr r fsftit whn tltlis rs rusrtnlriMl srnl ilrl rloicil by 'flMt Uuiitsutto It Trust Co, A'lvertUtroent. J. C. (Jack) Walton, slid will do anything hunnraia In behalf of his caiidlducy. "I do further solemnly swear that I will nut now or In tho future sup port any democrat for a puhllo of fice, who falls or refustw to sup port J. O. Wnlton for governor on November 7. 1322." I further swear that 1 will not tonka kliown to any person thn fart that I havo signed thlt onth. nor will I, by speaking, writing or otherwise, iIIviiIko tho contents hereof." "Done this (blank) day of (blank) A. D. 1922. Nanic, address, precinct." Tho teconstriictlon league has beep dissatisfied for sotno tltnn with tho manner 111 which tho Wnlton campaign had been handled nt headquarters nnd blames Chairman Semans with much of the vlroilble. Home tlnio ngn It was decided to or ganlio n Walton-fiir-Onpenior club ami perfect an orgunlr.ntlnu de signed to prevent tho slaughter ot reconstructing league candidates on tho democratic ticket, all of whom, headed by Walton, are threatened with slaughter by tho regulars. This organization Is Intended to wield a cluti over the old-lino dem ocrats Jiy threatening them with excommunication In future fur nil tlmu to come, and Indicates that tho lejigun fully experts to complete. Its control of thn parly TESTIMONY ENDS IN MAYFIELD CASE Jury Charged and Argu ments Begun in Texas Political Trial HEAR MUCH TESTIMONY Mayfield Attended Klan Meet ings and Received Funds From Organization Uy tho Ai9Vit.t I'rsss, COHICANA. Texas, Oct. 23. Tak ing of testimony In the Injunction suit seeking to keep tho namo uf Earln H. Mdyfleld oft thn ballot as , tne democratic nomlneo for I'nllod States senator was com ploted at 2.15 this afternoon and both Nlies nn nounced they would rest. Judge Hawkins Kcarbrnugh then dismissed the Jury until 7:30 o'clock when the chargn wiw read und argument was marten, . Mike McNamara, a nltnesii for tho plaintiff, v.lio testified tin sent Mayfleld 1200 and which the latter denied Having received, was tno last witness. Called by W. 11. McLean, defense attorney, lie wan questioned concerning his bank account at Qruham, Texas, and the correspon dence he had had with Mayfleld since becoming connected with the state railroad commission an super visor for tho nil and gas d vision. What Wns "Contemn Noted" The testimony shqwed that all the deposits ho had mildo during June, July and August of this year were his salary rhecks, expense checks and one loan of (100. As tq the, correspondence from Mayfleld, sev eral letters containing the sentence "contentH noted " McLean, as ho rad tho correspondence to tho Jury, stressed these words. In the reply McNamara Mid ho received from Mayfleld after he sent (lie K'00, Mayfleld used tile words "and con tents noted." Tho sample "ballot" alleged to have been distributed by the Ku Klux Klan In Da Hurt, carrying the offices was Injected Into the trial to day. It was brought out In tho tes timony of W. V. Helm of Dallas, campaign manager for eorg K. Oarrett. defeated candidate for state treasurer nnd of L. M. Ilatlnwe, de feated candidate for congress In tho Dallas district The ballot was rend ul the request of Me Lean. It wan headed with tho various things the Ku-Klux Klan purports to stand for and then fol lowed thtf ii lines at various randl dates headed by Mayfleld's ns can didate for United States senator. Jlallowe mentioned tholulbiis as having seen them at Ku-Klux Klan meetings In Dallas. Snw .Mayfleld nt .Meet lug". Ilallown nb testified that he had seen Mayfleld at threo meetings of the Ku-Klux Klan in Dallas and that Moyfleld made speechos at each of theso meetings. Those meetings, ho testified, were hold sometime be tween tho middle ot February und tho first of April, this year, Mayfleld was Introduced at two of (he klan meetings, Ilallowo testl fled, us "a good klansmau and the next senntor." Mayfleld testified yeoterday that, he had attended but ono klan meet ing in Dallas. Approximately $12,000 was sub scr'bed nt meetings of the klan for support of klan candidates, Ilallowo CONTINtXD ON I'AUB TIHHTI.KN THh WUAIUHH TL'lt. Oi-t tt. Jl!mum ' n'nl muni III, north wind, clssr OKIJUIOMA' Tu..,liy fair w;r:.r, Wfttlnfft1uy tncresttng cfouilinrrt. K AN'HAbi Kslr Turadsy and Wcilnti (Jay, winner Tuesday, VOLSTEAD LAW LEGALIZES SHIP LIQUOR RULING U. S. Has Right to Forbid Ships to Hring Liquor In, .Indgc Holds CAN CARRY 'RATIONS' Just HiioiikIi for Crew Will Bo Allowed to He Brought in by Foreign Steamers THEY VILL APPEAL CASE . Commissioner Waynes Says Government Will Expedite Hearing at Washington NHW YOltlv, Oil. 23 The light of tho federal government to firbld the carrying of liquor on chips of Amerban registry and to prevent foreign-owned ships from bringing liquor within tho territorial wutera of tho United Htutes was upheld to day by Judgo Learned Hand In tho United HtntcH district court. VolMcml. Aft TnnliliN Tower, Tho Jurist held Hint the Volstead act gave thu government tho power to Imnoso such icstrtrtlona upon thu in trltliiio liquor truffle. Jlldgu J In nil's decision carries with It ii dental of the injunction risked by tli.. OiniM. Aneh"i, Fieiich lln-nnrl-other steamship services which sought to havo tho Internal imenuo offlclula restrained from enforcing Ilia tegulatlonn promulgated by thu treasury dcpartmotit-oii tho bias of Dougherty's ruling. Judgo Hand's nillng, however, does not settle tho fight, an tho steamship officials already havo de clared they will enry their fight to the I'uited Htatcu uupmilo coutt for a final ruling. C'rewH Alhmcil " n I tut lotl." Judgo Hand ruled, however, that foreign ships might carry with them "on the enstbound voyage," suffi cient liquor to provldo necoasaiy ra tions for tno rrow. Tho foreign ships, In arguing for an Injunction, Inn) contended that liquor on board was "sblp'n stores" nnd wits an essential part of tho rations provided for the crews. ' This phasn of the derision would prevent foreign ships leaving Ameri can ports from cu'irylng a stock of liquor for sale over tho bar on thu high seas to passengers uboitrd thu ubno1s. "Ho far n I can see." wild Judge Hand, In Ills opinion, "In this e.ife, the plaintiff has no caso. Thi'i-in'oro 1 will go no further than to Is mo no Injunction ngalnst liitoneil-ig with tho carriage of n stock riecuss.uy tor tho crew'n rations on tho east bound vnyngo. What thn Hilling Mrnns. "Tho plaintiffs must oin h glvo n bond In Din sum ot 2fi,i)0(i, condi tional nyMiiHt tho uso ot siieli nt oc lis tor any itht r purposo than as 'crew'n' rations," I Thu effJct ot this ruling, an In terpreted by shipping men, Ii Hint chips railing to America, from a for eign port may carry n stock ot liquor for passengers to bo sold nt sen. They may not, however, bring this stock In American ports and upon leaving the porto of the United States, cannot carry n supply larger than Is required for the needs of tho crow. v "The suspension of a law of tho United Slates," Jlldgu Hand declared, "especially a law In exeiutlon of n cons itutlonnl amendment Is of It self nn irreparable Injury which no Judge has u right to Ignore. The public purposes, which tho law was Intended to execute, hav behind the deep conviction of tbousnndrt of rVr sons whose will should lint bo niNTINI l.t) O.S PACIK TWJil.VIl FIELDS ON 'LAST LAP' T.epiibllcaii Candidate', With J'ogiigc meiiiN In (Viitral-I'asli'rii Tiirl, Winds l'p Official Schedule, ep.i-lsl lu 'Hie Worlrt. OKLAHOMA CITV. Oct. 23. opening ut lllpley, Tuynn county. John Fluids, lepubllcnn canillilnto for governor, will swing into thu Inst scheduled week of his spraklug cam paign tomorrow, whli h Includes a number of engagement in I'ujne frock, Okmulgee hik! Milskogeo lonniie nnd which will have taken him thoroughly over the east-central part of tlui slate. Fields will cIoho the week with u spcli ut Henry etta Saturday night. The republican candidate has now prnctlcully covered the entire state, not it county h.nlng been neglected III his tour. Although he Iiiih u number ot speaking dates on his prugium be tween Orlobm 29 and ij'iellon, there Is no Itinerary ailing rVir strenuous campaigning 'such as Fluids has proved himself capable, of durlpg.tho past two loom lis. ' His Itinerary for tho week: Tuesday, October 21 Itlpley, 10:30 a. m.: (. nulling. 1 p. in.; Vile, 3:30 p in.; dluvul.ind, 7:30 p. in. Wodnosiliy, October 25. Jennings 10 a. m.; Ollton 1I:U, a in i Drum right 2 p m.' Slumroik 4 p. m., Ilristnw v 30 p in , Thursday. October I'd -Aftnn " 30 p in A I' d i in Ottawa euliiitv ' Frnliy (li icbcr 27 Muskogee 8 p in All Jay in Muskogee county I Saturday Ortobcr 2S rtiecotah I 9 u in., Uelumku 2 p. in , Wcicetkui 1 p, m , Uenryctta 8 p, m, I State Rests in Prosecution ot Trio for Murder Defense for Movio Location Director ami Friends Opens Today HAf'KKNHAOK, N. J , Oil 23. I 'unsmiling but ono court lny, tu which 4f, minutes wero given to the selection of a Jufy, the stato tonight rested lis earn In thu Joint trial nt Oruigo (.'linn, motion pic ture location director, Miss Allen Thornton and t'hniles Hriilllon, luotlier-lii-l.nv of Cllno, for tho murder on August 2ft of John llergen, motion plcturo actor, Tim court leserved decision on tho iidmlssnblllty of two notes offend In evidence by the nlnte. One was said to bo the dying statement of llergen, "this was n frame up." nnd thn other was n note said to havo been on llergen after his death, which lead: "cleorgo ('lino killed me." Tho defense will begin Its caso tomorrow. Six men and six uniiiin are on lh Jury. Mls Susan H. Squire, 23, stenographer, wns chosen forewoman of tho Jury, ARDMORE POLICE HELD FORMURDER Accused of Slaying Bar her in Raid on Poker Came COURT REFUSES BOND Defendant Says Sonic Ono Kan Against His Revolver; Shot Accidentally Ily the AMOf.tilt.t tjrus Sta to Whs, AUDMOIlK, Okln., Ott. 23 Harry Slpes, policeman, wnn bound over to uistrct court without bond hero to day on ti charge of killing Hitrman Cheek, bin bar shop owner, in a raid on h poker game in the rear of i:iieek's shop last night. W. I) llulclier. Justlcu of thu tieaco. tire. shied over tho preliminary hearing. Mipe nun jiarry poster, another policeman, u was testified, were or dered to make tho raid. Foster lestl fled of going to the place with Slpot ami nreaKing in inn nacK Hour and as Klpes entered, lie said, the light went out. It was but n moment until n snot wan fired, Foster testi fied, nnd a ho turned his flashlight on tho scene, a second shot was fired. Kan Agaln-t Iti-iolicr. Klpes testified that when he was Inside tho shop, someone, ran ngalnst lilin and his revolver which ho hold lu hi liuud. wan discharged uccl- dontallicIn tho darkness, bn said. he saw someone approaching nnd fired a second time. Leo Knoff. who wild he wo In the poker game, took the stand nnd showed the court where a bullot hud pierced his shirt aui under shirt n cross thn front. He said thut whan tho officers entered the Place the lights went out. mid that ho was trying to turn them on when tiie shots wero fired. Slii'ltnu Was Threatened. C. W. Hhelton, who owns a clean ing and pressing establishment in tho rear of tho barber shop, testi fied that after the light had been turned on hu wallced over to aid Cheek, who was lying on the floor CONTINlbl ON PAUI1 'rtVbLVH LOCAL DEMOCRATS: AGAIN SPLIT UPi Walton Supporters Will Have Headquarters in Brady Hotel ,, .... , ,, , ,. . , , Tolltlwi Ik tl.e f.ivorlto topic of conversation with Damn Humor ttiese days, iiuil she keeps thu au tumn zephyrs t.ilily busy with her stories. The most ineent Is that ilemocriitli benilquurters wero not being run suitably fur certain Wal ton supporters and that the Walton ,w. k,,,- , ,. .,. i'1' ,ui" i V,V, i . . ..' . V., '. v.!t,Thi headquarleis, it Iti said will musi- u fight for Walton only, dUregarYing all other candidates. The exact reason Is not given, al though the old IMmo points nut that certain of the democratic candidate- are not strong enough In their ardor fur Walton to suit W. Tain I irmly, president of the Walton club and a few others of the bund wagon. And tho old lady may be tight a there ha been no contra dictions, to date. At any rule, It Is said, tho head quarters at the I Ira ily nro to open light away and that only Wulton will derive nny benefit, Among thooe ho are to center their activities mound the new headquarters are Tate Hi ody, Duck Lewis, IM War ren, nt present commander-in-chief of deinocr.itlo heitdquiirters. Foster Hums, Charles HP-huntson, Tat Vcasev tifid t(c Oumn. Dr II. N llyiium, Walton's persona, tiptvsen tnilvu in thesu icirii will socnii hln time between both headquarters, ill "We did not know that tho attor Is said, ncy-general's office wus Intended to This Is the sc-ond break In. the bo Used to lefend violators of law," Lj.STINUl.U O.N PAUG -YLVii 1 C-NwiNL-D tM l'AOB TWLLVH SUPREME COURT TAKES ACTION ON PLEA OFVOTERS Must Show Cause Why Election Laws Aro Not" Obeyed at Capital FACES MANY CHARGES Accused of Refusing to Regis ter Voters Known to Bo Opposed 1o Walton FOUR OTHERS ALSO NAMED Bogus Affidavits Calculated to Worry Voters Present ed to Court Ily CLAIIK C. HUDSON World's Cspltsl Corrfisponilrnt. OKLAHOMA CITV. Oct. 23 Chief Justice Harrison today Issued uu al ternative writ nt mandamus ngalnst Thnmns II. Helny, county registrar, nnd four precinct registrars, direct ing tho defendant tu appear beforo tho state supremo court Wednesday morning nml show why election lawn relating to registration of voters nro not being obeyed. In olio of tho four pieclncts 400 vutcrw signed the ap plication for mandamus, charging that they are being precluded from reglMtcrlpir Jij tii)MfH & considerable number Of votern .signed tho com plaints. Helny nml the preclticLreglstrarn nro changed with having entered Into n conspiracy to deprive votern from registering, who are known to he opposed to tho election of J. C. Wnlton. They aro nlso charged with Having privately registered votern favorable to Walton by going around over tho precinct mid Issuing certifi cates to them, both white and black. The complaint charges Helny with having fulled and refused to furnish certificate of registration and cer tificate for trnnsfer lu sufficient quantities no that the precinct regis trar, about tho tlma hn would begin to register, would run out of cer tificates or would claim to run nut. so that when tho plaintiff or noma of them presented thamsolvcn for registration purposes, ho would fall nnd rrfuso to register or trnnufer thom, claiming that he had no cer tificates. Hint ho hod run out of cer tificates, nffld.ivltn nnd other sup Plloii which they oro using In such reregistering and transferrin!?, nnd that lie couldn't glvo any1 doflnlto tlmo or any direction or Information n to when lie would havo other cer tificates or supplies used In connec tion with said reglvtratlnii so that the plaintiffs luiulit rsulsler or re. eelvo transfers. Ask Court for Itellof. In one lircclnet It Is chnrim) Hint the registrar announced that ho would teglster applicant from 5:31) to 8 o'clock In the evening, und that "during a largo part of Hie balance of thu day the said defendant wniibl bn going nroiind over the precinct by himself and through others, lo cating those who wero eligible to register whom ho wns Informed vcin,j voto for J. C. Walton for gov- ernor. tt Is charired further thnt nun . nlng at the house which hs had an nounced for registering. 42 eligible voter presented themrelvcs and wnro refused registration on tho ground that tho registrar had run out of blanks; and that he further declared "h would not register a damned one" and shimmed the doqr In their facs; clearly Indicated anr! evidencing tho Intention of said reg Istrar that, unless, ordered by this honorable court so to do, ho would not teglster or lssuo transfor cer tificates to tile plaintiff., or either of them, or any other persons -eligible of like political faith or dis posed to voto against J. C. Walton for governor. In this precinct it Is charged thnt Helny, with It. A. Morey, pre i liiet legist rur. mid Sammy Samson, n prUo fight promoter, ontered into nnd nro cntrylng out a. conspiracy ,i, iieirauii voters or ineir irnut-nire. Samson Is not -an election officii) f Ilny ,,,,! ,lmt , ci,nrg0d with having In hit possession several hundred certificates. In the other threu pieclncts II Is charged that tho registrars have refused to serve und thut Helny will pot appoint otlor. Helny, county registrar, Is under lti.1 Ipt Itiitnt fnr- ..Intl..,, r(,H l.i 1 1, primary, ami has refused to relgn. " ,B ""iq.orted m his rcms.il by W i' Mi Mister, sccietary of tho stato election bonid. who says that ha will not make o, cliango unless It lu rec ommended by lloss LI Hard, statu senator. Lilian! is now being tried under disbarment proceedings. He waa Walton's first city attorney. Hog us Af filial Its to Sign, Many complaints hnvo been made lnie the registration period opened, Hint voters In several precinct were being required to sign various affi davits, nono of which ure required by law but which wore first used in tho prlmnry campaign to worry ap plicant for registration, Copies of theso "bunk" ufflduvits wore sub mitted to;the supreme court today. Assistant Attorney-General (Inl breath stated that tho attorney gonenil's offlciV had been requested to represent llelny und the precinct registrar- umW charges, but did not M.ito l w hou request trio state attorney wus to appear.