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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER AvnitAoi: swohn Nirr paid CIUCUIjATIO.V, OCTOllEU DAILY SUNDAY 39,758 44,069 FINAL EDITION 1 VOL. XVII, NO. 32 TULSA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 11)22 20 PAGES PRICE fi CENTS WHO LESALE ELECTION FRAUDS RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE 1 .TliLD WALTON GRASPS RACE PREJUDICE AS FINAL STRAW ? Eleventh-Hour Attempt to Win Is Being Made by Mayor's Henchmen CIRCULAR HIFlAMING Alleged Editorial Page of Ne gro Newspaper Is Being Distributed FIELDS' POSITION KNOWN Republican Candidate Stands ''squarely on Platform Plank as It Was Adopted That i n AlAvjinttt -li niif .tlnmnt tn aural joon nemo lur ;uveruur ujr Jnflamlng racu prejudice will bo made by Walton's supporters over the state appears certain. Authentic word was received In Tulsa Wednes day that thousands ot copied of the editorial pace of recent Issue ot tho Illack Dispatch, an Oklahoma City negro newspaper, havo been printed snd surreptitiously sent to nil Wal ton headquarters with Instructions to scatter them broadcast on Mon day and olectlon day. Tliu editorial with which tho ro constructionists hopo to poison tho minds ot voter ntralust Fields is considered by many persons of both political parties to havo been written or at least fostered by Walton's henchmen, becauso Jt goes to ludi crous and oven radical extremes In predicting benefits that will accrue to negroes If li'lelds is elected, bene fits that could not bo bestowed by any official. , SlUft Load From Walton. These samo persons who attribute tins editorial to reconstructlonlsta consider thoir distribution of the In flaming circular n desperato effort to shift from Walton's back a heavy load that ho thoughtlessly shoul dered In his frantic efforts to obtain votes when he Introduced a motion of record before tho city commission ot Oklahoma City asking that tie grots bo given the name privilege In tha Oklahoma City library as those accorded to whites. The motion was Inst for want of a second. They point out also that 'his ailo glance to the negroes dots not stop there for tho significant reason that lils Indorsement by tho Shawnee convention was seconded by a negro delegate from McCurtaliwcounty. In virtually every hue of the Illack Dispatch there appears from one to two columns of political mat-' ter emanating from Walton' head quarters. This matter occupies a position parallel to tho frequent edl tprinl outbursts in which Fields is deplcled as a savior to the negroes of Oklahoma, hut which If closely 9ead are found to be palpable efforts ' to mlsquoto tho republican nomlnuo and misconstrue his stated position concerning race segregation. Walton's disgusting attempt to control the registration of negroes In Oklahoma City i cited as an other of his ''grunetand" plays to se euro tho votes ot black men and women. He has been assisted in his appeals to negroes In at least one instance by Clovernor Robertson, whoso Intimacy with the negroes of Taft remains fresh In the memory of votem. Melds' Position Plain. Tho race plank In the republican state, platform reads aa follows: "We pledga our candidates to the maintenance, and enforcement of laws now IrTforce, providing for the separate but equal facilities for tho education and for tho transportation of white persons and of colored per sons. The law establishing separate J CONTINUED ON TAGK TUN LANGSTON PAVES THE WAY i ' JJ'allon Lieutenant Troni Capital Hlre Hit-works for rarado Today. Luther Langstop, former socialist ramildato for congress from the J'jfth congressional district and one of Jack Walton's henchmen and yiief advisers, was In Tulsa yester day buying up bands, roman candles "id alt trappings for Walton's circus to bo staged Jiero today. Although Lnngston could not be reached last night, It was reported that ho was hobnobbing with Dr. T. Hynum and other cronies of Walton during the afternoon and evening. Mother Who Stole to Feed Children 'Turned In' by Son for $5 Reward MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., Nov. 1. A mother who stole to feed her our children nnd then to havo one ot them, a i:-yeur-old, be tray her for a 15 rewurd, was III at liberty today whllo authorities investigated further ,.t.ory misery and poverty. nness and stung by the plea children fpr something to ivtne mother three weeks ago IS n "lshbor'H clothes linos ot silks, linons and other finery valued at 1100. The theft occurred aunday nlgjit, October 8, nt the home of Mrs, J. n. Nelson here. ei-i'"P Police wcro unable to find the thief. Mrs. Nelson of "red, a reward ot 15 to ny Hubby Learns Mail Romance Was With Wife Discovers it) Divorce Court He Had Flirted With "Better Half" OAKLAND, Cnl., Nov. I "Wnnted: A companlan for week-end trips. No grafters or cafe fiends need apply. Address I. O. llox .' This llttla advertisement In serted a year ngo In a newspaper column brought Dr. .1. Franklin .Moore, dental spoclullst, Into the dlrtirco court today wlioro ho mado tho astounding discovery that throughout tho year a de cidedly flirty correspondence ho had carried on with "Grace Vance" had been conducted with his own wife. Mrs. Mooro produced letters which wern signed by "W, H. HarrK" This, sho announced, was the name tifed by her hus band In tho correspondence. In one of his letters "Harris" Urged "MIsh Vanco" to destroy the correspo' -""nre, writing: "I.Ives of gt .it men oft remind 1IH. As their leaves. we turn, That wo sometimes leave behind us Letters that we ought to burn." "Draco Vance" kept the first of many engagements she made dur ing tho correspondence when she facej Doctor Mooro from tho wit ness stand today. FIELDS COMPARES CAMPAJGNISSUES Walton "Poodle-Dogging" About State, Repub lican Says IMAGINESJIS FACTS Challenge Socialist Candidate to Talk on Real Issues Before Oklahomans By B. O. CKEAGEIL World's Stiff Correipondent, EL IlENO. Nov. 1. With the campaign ncarlng Its climax and eieuilon but six days away, John Field, republican gubernatorial nominee, tonight hurled again hie: challenge to his opponent to take up "tho real Issues of this campaign." "Walton uild h's men have been 'poodle-dogging' over this state uvcr Klncc the campaign started," shouted Fields to his audience, "and I think It l time for them to lako up the real Issues. Hut even if ho still per nios making my whiskers and an Imaginative gold-headed cane and plug hat the frivolous Issues In Okla noma's most serious moment, then I feel that his lot must be a stern rebuke from tho voter. "Tho voter," continued Fields, "knows what the. Issues are. Walton may bo fooling himself, but it has been my experience In this campaign that he Is not going to bo able to fool the voter Into swallowing that dose of socialistic bitters. Issues Are Compared. "I'll let the voters compare some of these frivolous things which they pretend to make tho 'real serious Is sues' of this campaign with some of my issues. "Issue No. 1 of the Walton candi dacy la my alleged poodle dog. "Issuo No. 1 of the fields candi dacy In my opposition to n law which would put Oklahoma to printing so. clallstlc treatises for our' school chll. dren, n Hhawnee proposal. "Issuo No. 2 ot the Walton candi dacy Is tho kind of a shirt t wear. "Issue No. - of tho Fields candi dacy Is my opposition to seeing 600 school iihut down by a 136,000 tax exemption in each district. "Issue No. 3 of tho Walton candi dacy Is my mythical gold-headed cane. "Issue No. 3 of tho Field candi dacy In my proposal, mado many times during the past three years, to glvn equal educational opportunity to the child out at the cross roads. "Imio No, 4 of tho Walton candi dacy Ih my Imuglnatlvo plug Jiat. "Issuo No. -I ot tho Field candi dacy Is my proposal to seo the slate guaranty fund solvent and my oppo- CO.NTI.NUBD ON J'AQB Tl.N Horn tiuyera are iafst whin titles aro -guaranteed and deala cloved by THIa Duarant" A Trust l'n. Advartlaam, nt. neighborhood child who could glvo a cluo that would lead to the arrest of the culprit. Bobbing as If his heart would break, a grimy-faced youngster yesterday succumbed to the lure ot tho 15 and Informed Mrs. Nelson that his mother had tak en the garments. .Most of the stolen finery was recovered, Since the police nro In doubt as to whether they shall arrest tho mother, It Is a' question whether the son who be trayed her will profit by his act, iin tho reward was offered for a clue leading up to thu arrest of tho thlct and no arrest has been made. BATTLE OPENED TO CUT FREIGHT RATES IN STATE Oklahoma Men Show Schedules Higher Than for Adjoining States INSTANCES ARE CITED Lack of Water Rale Competi tion Held Responsible for High Tariffs MANY STATES WILL OPPOSE Move If Effort Is Made to Raise Ra'tcs to Conform With Those Here OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. t. Okla homa opened lis fight today for a general readjustment ot Inte.-state freight rates In thu southwest with tho' presentation of evidence be foro Henry C- Dlsquo, Interstate com merce commission examiner, to show that Interstate schedules to and from points In Oklahoma tiro higher than for adjoining states, without any Jurisdiction. , Attending uio onemnc session oi the hearing worn representatives of tho public utilities commissions of Kansas. Missouri, Texan und Louis iana, railroad attorneys and repre sentatives of commercial organisa tions and manufacturing concerns Of the southwest und middle west. Officials from tho utilities bodies of tho adjoining slates announced that for tho prrseut they would act as observers nnd would formulato Tin definite courses or action until Oklahoma completes presentation or Its case. Adjoining Slntcs OprKsr1. It was mado plain, howover, thot the adpolnlng state were prepared to oppose strenuously any Increase In their rates, If such should be; In volved In the adjustment of tho Oklahoma rates as asked by tho Oklahoma corporation commission, The Oklahoma commission in Its application asks that Intra-slate rates in Kansas, Missouri, Arxansas, Texas and Louisiana bo Investigated by the interstate commerce commis. rlon In readjusting the Oklahoma rates. , I'aul Walker, attorney for tho Oklahoma; commission, In opening, explained that the state based Its atinllcation for lower rates on the fact that surrounding etates, having tho benefit ot water competition, have been ablo to secure lower rales than obtain for Oklahoma. Ho con tended that tho rates'flxed within Oklahoma by the Oklahoma com mission havo not Imd the effect of Influencing Interstate rates to and from gateways outside tho statu. Walker also declared that Oklahoma suffered from tho group It is placed In for rato-making purposes, declar ing mat instead ot be ng Classen with Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana, whero ho said operating conditions were less favorable, the stato should be Jolncn with Kansaa and Missouri. which ho said have operating condi tions similar to those In Oklahoma. IUtlng Inconsistent, The Inconsistency of rate, stoud- Ing, Walker said, was brought ubout partly by tho absence or navigable streams or bodies of water In Okla homa, eliminating water competl- t on. and partly by tho grading up of rates to meet the so-called Texas common point rate arrangement and partly nerauso of discrimination im posed by Intra-statc rates in the sur" rounding states. "There Is what Is known In rate pat lance ns a 'hump' at tho northern border of Oklahoma," sold Walker. "Itatrs In northern Oklahoma have OONTINUBU ON I'AtlB HIKTKKN THE WEATHER TULHA, Not. 1 Maalmilm. l mini, rr.nm, so, north wind, part cloudy, 1.77 Inrh rainfall. OKLAHOMA Tliuriday, rtnarally fair, Friday, partly cloudy aoinrwtiat colder. KAN8AK--rrtly r'omiv Thursday snd Friday rpldr Thurnrlny What High Society' Had to Say to the Beautiful Al Fresco Sphinx Having gasped, whispered and stood speechless In contempla tion of MIh llodllo Roslng's "an naturcl" posu on the lawn ot a Westchester esfato It finally spoko tn dollars for the charity fete of which she was the fea ture. This Is Just ono of tho Interesting features that will appear In Ihn SUNDAY WORLD OnDHIl'vOUK COI'V NOW! Tho nest Kunday l'npcr In the Southwest 11-Year-Old ''Diving Venus' Brutally Mistreated by Man, 8 After Kidnaping at Church Suspect Arrested At Grand Rnpids, Who Tallies With De scription of Abductor, Will Bo Taken Before I'nrents for Identification; Saw Girl Lad Summer. s MUSKOOKN, Mich., Nov., 1. Itaymond Hugenn Wllsuii, arrested in Grand It up ids, tonight, In con nection with tho abduction of 12-year-old Itoeallo Uhanty of Musko gen, coufe-scd tonight In the i:ounly jail, according to the police, that ho picked the girl up Inst Kun.lsv ax sho wan leaving Sunday school and took lu r fr i long automobile ride. "I was with her a h.tlf hour only," Wllsuh said, according to the offlcem. nit AND JtAI'IDS, Mich., Nov. 1 Itaymond Kugenn Wilson was ar rested hero tonight for Investigation In connection with tho abduction In Muskegon Hunday of ll-jear'iild Itosallu Hhanty, who wns found In tho woods ot Manlsteu county last nlpttt lii n Miirliiila rnnilltlnli frmtl exposure, Wilson' description, po llco raid, tallied with that of thu man who enticed the child Into, an automobile as sho emerged from a Muskegon cnurcn ann urove out. 01 the city with her against her pro tests. lltin-lrfa riamittr- frnm MllaWefrnn aro expected here to take Wilson to Muskegon, wnero no win ue con- fcinlrxl li. flin lrlM filfllllv flflfl HllV Imv. rlw. tnl.l m II I llfir 1 1 ipH n milM askrd them to point out to him "tho swimming girt' snortiy oeioro mo abduction. bcarch for Wilson began when It n'n. lDfifn-il lm liml Hbnkiiti tn thn child lust summer during her exhi bition of rniii'j' swimming nun diving at the Muskegon municipal bench. ENGLISH LABOR MEETINGDEFEAT Municipal Elections Re sult in Unseating of Hundreds STRENGTH IS LOST In Some Instances Entire Rep resentation Is Wiped Out by Returns By tha Aaaoctitcd Trail. LONDON, Nov, J, The rout of labor was the feature, of the munici pal elections In a large number ot boroughs throughout England yes- terdiiy. Up to an early hour thls-j morning the icturns were Incomplete but It U significant that In 10 ot London's 28 boroughs the completed returns show that labor lost 149 seals which had previously been held by laborltes. In some Instances their representation being completely wiped out. Ths provincial returns available are equally significant, indicating the loss of more than 160 labor teats In about eighty borough, mostly the larse centers ot nonulatlon. such as Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham. Derby, Nottingham, Plymouth. Southamplon and Portsmouth. On the otner nanu in aomo piacr labor held Its own and even mado n tew gains. Thu municipal contests In this country aro usually regarded as an index ot the existing political elec tions. Everywhere the main Inleret has been In how the labor representa tive would faro at the polls und the result has been calculated In terms of labor successes and labor defeats. MRS. CHAMPION'S FATE TO JURORS Pretty Defendant Loses Composure, Breaking Into Tears CI.KVI.A.Nl), Nov. 1. Tho Jury trying Mrs. Mabel Charm ion, 22, charged with first degree murder In connection with ths slaying of Thomas A. O'Connell, New Haven, Conn., carnival promoter, was taken to a hotel und locked up for ono night at 10 o'clock tonight aftor having failed to reach a verdict. It had had thn case about six hours. During tho afternoon's argu ments, Mrs. Champion for thn first tlmo loiit the composure which she hna maintained throughout tho trial, breaking Into tears when court recessed. Assistant Prosecutor Cassaday In his closing argument on behalf of tho state, asked tho electric chair for Mrs. Champion, In tho summing up argument of th. defense, Mrs, Champion was pictured as "thn lit tle peacemaker trying In sln to prevent trouble" nt the time O'C'on nell was i hot O'Connell was oiled a "parts apache of tho worst typo" by Mrs. Champion's attorney, who added that "ho dug with his own hands tho pit In which ha now lies," It wns found, tho officers staled, that WIIkoii drove to Muskegon Hun d.iy In a ar similar to that In whlrh tho girl was spirited nuny- MUHKHOON, Mkh. Nov. 1 -differing from exposure, Iht rlolh lug hanging In shrtils nnd hr body cut und linilMfil by lunmbles, little Itosallu Hhanty, 1 1 -ycur-old swim ming and diving mum I, lies In n. serious condition nt Dublin, Mkh.. today, while officers of Mnntslin i-ounly nro scouring thn country for a man who kidnaped her from her homo Sunday. A physician, who is in constant at tendance nt thn bedside of Uio child at thn homo of Fred '.Ink, Dublin, Is reported by officers its having wild that the girl had been attacked and roughly bundled. Heparin received lute today m that thn girl has u high fever and that her condition Is growing slcndlly worse. When founil by Joo I'reeskl. n farmer, three and a half miles east of Piiblln lnt night, Hc-alie was wet ft om splashing through a small creek anil her body was bleeding from barbed wlro and underbrush cuts. The girl woro no hat nnd no underclothing. Itosalln wna kidnaped Hundny ns she returned from church whim a mun drovn up to her home, declaring ho wna the father of one nt thu girl's littln chums, lie nskr-l the child's mother if Itosalln could emtio und have dinner with his daughter. Mrs. Khnnty In raid to havo given her consent with the JuovIhii that Itosnlln must hn home beforn ilark. KAISER'S FRIENDS TO SURPRISE HIM Plan an Elaborato Pres ent; Date of Wedding Drawa'Near REMEMBER .KAISERIN Princess Hermine's Wedding Gown to He of Augusta's Favorite Color Ily the Aaaoclatad Traia. POTSDAM, Germany. Nov. 1. Despite former Kmperor William's expressed wish that no presents bo sent on tho occasion of his marriage to Princess Hcrjiilne of Iteuss, a hlg surprise gift is being prcpaicd In former court circles hero. Kach day brings an appolltlng detail regard ing Sunday's event at Injorn, which Is eagerly devoured by the monarch, lsts In Potsdam. Kraulelu Uoernlts, who presided over th Imperial kitchen, has been engaged to preparo tho wedding breakfast. v, Tho property deed to be signed Sunday morning will bear thai first official designation of Princess Her mlne'n future tlllu. It is understood this document will prQvldo for a strict division ot property between tho former kals-r and his bride, since William' children will not be benlficlarles under tho apportion ment connected with his remar riage. Princess Hermine's wsddlng dress has been ordered from a leading llerlln establishment. Tho gown Is described as being of mnuvo chiffon and rutin, lavishly decorated with rhlnestoncs and steel beads. Mnuve was chosen by the former kaiser bccutiuo this color was CONTINL'KI) O.V I'AtlB riFTKK.N i deadTiMrt MISSOURI STORM J Thirty Houses in Path of Tornado Are W recked n $50,000 Loss AVKnn CITY. Mo., .Vow l -One dead nnd IS injured was definitely established today as tha toll of thn tornado which swept this town early this morning, The one person killed was a Mrs, Nancy Krnd, Gt, who was crushed when her homo was wrecked. Only two of the Injured are In hospitals today. None of tho otheis wero seriously Injured. Thirty hous.es In the path ot tho tornado urn total wrecks; Totol ilnmiign Ih eHtlmaied at 150.000. A partial list ot the In jured Include: Oeorgo Hartley, Mrs-, llartley, Lena Hartley, Mrs. Krninu Lou, u brother. Olbson, Alfred Bcott, Jcsa Wlllard. HKI,Li:VI!,MO, III., Nov. 1. Six persona wcro seriously injured today when a he.ivy windstorm struck the business section of this city 'and de stroyed a smoke stark on a factory in wlilrlt 2 men v.ern working T ie injured men were burled in thu debris of bricks. Several homes In the vicinity of th' factory were unrooted. ANOTHER HOTEL IN BRISTOW IS SHAKEN BY BLAST i ! Only One of Two Shells j Explode; Hotel Omi I pants Escape BOMBERS GET AWAY Threo .Men Kent Room, De posit Kxplosives and Klet', Blast. Following REDS BLAMED FOR OUTRAGE Thousands of Them Making Rristow Headquarters; Of ficers at Work on Case KrerlKl l Tin World, IlltlSTOW. Nov. I Interest In the gubernatorial election, at fever pitch rlsowhero In the state, has for tho (lino been fjrgutti.n by llrlstow cltUens in tho excitement of the second dynamito outrage In three weeks that occurred lato Tuesday night. Two explosives wcro planted In the Adams rooming house on Hast Third street, not moro than two blocks from tho ilT-futed Illinois hotel, which wax blown tip tho night of October 1.1, In which one man wus killed ami threo-persons severe ly lujilieil. One of tho shells, measuring 22 Inches In length and 13 Inches In diameter, wont off, but In nticli n manner as to not cause much dam age. Tile other did not explode, Kxplosliin I'oIIowh Dcpiirtun.'. Half an hour before the explosion occurred, three inqu entered the Adams rooming house nnd rented rooms. After about 16 minutes In their room, tho threo men hurriedly left tho building. Hardly had they gotten morn than a block away than Ihn blunt occurred. It shook thn twntitory building, but did not ma terially damage It, Practically every person In Url tow ipitckly gathered about tho Adams house, but to t hair surprise thero worn no casualties ns was the ease 1H days prevloun when the Illi nois hotel was blown up, . Tho two shells who discovered on thn west sldo of the Adams house building, onn In the rear, but only ono roport wa heard, "Itcdia" Jllaimil by Officers. It Is tho belief of Chief of Police Kreshour and Hherl(f D. H. IJvlng slon. who nro working on the case Jointly, that "red turd ' men. of whom thero are ihnumniU In Creek county, nro responsible, for the dy namite outrage. They al'j aro In clined to connert the two dynamite rnses together nnd bellevo that even should they arrest thn threo men suspected of placing thn two dyna mito sheila in tho rrur of tun Adams houso that they would havo Just begun tn round up tho. "gunmen" that aro In this city and1 section. Detectives for oil companies who liavu worked throughout this oil ter ritory declare that there arninore cxtromo radicals In tho Urlstow-Hllck-Dcpew area than elsewhere In tha eouthwitt and that In their; viewpoint thn dynamiting of the Illi nois hotel, which caused thn death of Nlik Krlewlnc of Knld, and now of tho Adams house, wero by men whose solo motive is to "destroy property" Iti'ti'iigo Not .Molhe. Police have questioned tho pro prietor ot thu Adams house, and the occupants of tho cafe and drug store on the ground flour, and they are convinced that tlm dynnmltnr had no revengeful motives for blowing up Hi" hi no tuie The officers also are Inclined to CONTINUUM ON I'AIIB I'lKTKKN The Republican Platform riia plaldTMi im lnrh h la run. rcria ts ronaldarr.i ,y mi honoratila ran-IMala ,nlitin i,hllrll'f In Itift rrupla to t" r'l.ni',I ua fai a !",,! hi. In tha at, m of Ina rlaeiton John I'lrlda l audi a. raiidlilaln and aa vltnM tha platform on whii h ha ac reriad nrjmlnatlon fur tha ufriea at givrrntr. KaMi day until le"lon The World will pri,nt tn Una apara an Important plank of lh rl"ltllfan platform. Against Favoritism in lioad Work yi3 pledge that tho stato high ' way department shall be ef. flclenlly administered, that the letting ot contracts for load con struction shall bo fairly allotted to thu people tn get the benefit of ro.idM Instead of being delayed so that banliH get tho benefit of Interest on the funds uallahlQ for construction, that local labor will In so far at practicable be used In road consl ruction, that a hound program for highway con struction and maintenance will bo developed and pushed to the end that a connected system of hlghwuys may bu promptly com pleted, that cluao cir-operatlon will be maintained null the bu- can for r -.uN tot Culled rltatet d pa inent if ugr uhure and that federal aid will be utilized to i.ho fullest degree. Page, Former EnOoy to Italy, Dies Suddenly Thomas Nelson Pagr. RICHMOND, Vn Nov I Thomas Nelson Page, former ambas sador to Italy, noted author, died ot heart disease this afternoon at his ciicestral home, "Oakland." whoic ha was born, near Heaver Dam, In Hanover county. Ho was walking In the garden with hfs slster-ln.hiw, Mm. Itosvvcll Pnga, when ho sudden, ly rolliipsed, Hu was can led Into t oNTiNi cn on I'Arn: nrrrcrjN MRS. HALL TELLS TRAGEDY STORY Not Present at Murder of Husband She Says in First Interview WAS NEVER JEALOUS Had No Idea of Intrigue Be tween J.cv.llal! and the Pretty Mrs. Mills NBW-J1HUNSWICK. N. J., Nov. 1. A flat unequivocal denial that she was present ut the murder of her husband, Itev. Edward W. Hall, rec tor ot tho l'rotestant Hplscopal Church of St. John tho ISvaugollst, nnd thn beautiful choir slngor, Mrs. Kleauor Mills, wus rnadu horn this afternoon by Mrs, Hall, widow of the slain clergyman. "I was not present when my bus baud was killed," declared Mrs. Hall. "1 kimw nothing of this traglo affair, I 'havo no theory" Mrs. Hull said she still believed In her husband's purity and could not explain tho letters that had passed between him and Mrs. Mills and which waro found ecattored about the corpse. , "I am entirely Innocent ot tne whole thing." exclaimed Mrs. Hall, l'on.til to Ilmtk Silcncr. Tho Interview was ths first Mrs. Hull now thn central figure tn this famoiiN and melodramatic! murder ban given directly to tho newspapers. Hitherto her statements wers con veyed to the reporters through one of her friends. The Intorvlew took place In the Hall home. Mrs. Hall sat calmly In a chair, her hands folded In her lap and quietly an swered all (juration put to her. At no tlmo did sho show tiny excite ment. Hor voice was low but at times took on volume a she empha sized a nolnt. Her lawyer. Tom Pfeffer, wns with her und present I also were a couplo of export stenog. ruphcrs to take down every word so thero could bo no distortion of thu Interview. M's II ill Iiiih hi en inlng a her-nilt-llko Imilated life ever since the bodies of her husband and her friend, Mrs, Mills, were found on tho abandoned old Phillips farm on Sep tember is The developments, of tha past week slnco tho publication of the story ot Mrs. Janu Olbson, un eveultncss. have east liiolnuatlon so strongly In tho direction of Mrs. I Hall that ti finally cousenien io meet tho reporters and answer nil questions they desired to put to her. DcsitIIich Mnti'iuiMitN That Night It developial from .Mrs. Hull's an swers that she did not leave her home Hiitll '. 30 oclo' k on the mom. Ing of Hi'iitemlier II. She was nb sunt from 2 '10 until 3.30 a. in. tie said, and wa mvumpanied by her brother, "Willie" Htmeno. Concerning her movements on tho night of th" murder. Mis. Jlall said CONTINfl'.tl "S 1'AOB l-'IVI) Artie Ocean Warms Up, Ice Scarce; Seals Find 'Tepid' Water Unhealthy WASHINGTON, Nov. 1. Tho Artie ocean Is Harming up, ice bergs aro growing scarcer and In some places the seals are finding the waters too hot, according to a report to tha commerce, depart ment today from Consul Hit at llergen, Norway. Keports from fishermen, enl hunters nnd ex plorers he ileil.ned, nil point to k null' al "hange in cllm.ii - op iluiona and hltherl uAlicnrii" of temperatures In l!w Artie zone, exploration expeditions reporting thut ncitrcoly any Ice has been CROOKED WORK AT POLLS FEARED; WARNING ISSUED Constitutional Democrat.! Unearth Plot to Tic Voter's Hands ACT FEDERAL CRIME U. S. Marshals Want Informa tion as to Any Alleged Law Violations UP TO THE INDIVIDUALS Purity of Election Must Bo Preserved, Letter to Voters Declares ny CIuVIHC C, HUDSON. World's Carlo! Corraapondtnt. OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. I. It has beon discovered by the constitu tional democrats, according to warn ing sent out from their headquarters today, that a chrefully planned e( fort Is being mado to steal ths loc Hon for Walton, The. club details some of tho methods thut aro to bo used which includo throwing out mixed ballots as mutilated and falsi fying the tally by counters. This It Is shown, Is to bo attempted In many heavy precincts In the stato, mostly In tho cities whern there nro local!-, ties In which crooked work Is pro curable. Consoqucnt upon discoveries which havo been inuda the constitutional democrats havo Issued hu uppcul to friends ot uood government to nhl In seeing that tha law Is followed at tho election. This will Includo an rffort tn seo that honest election of ficials am) counters are chosen In every precinct In tho ststn. Mines most election stostlug is done front tha Insldo in preclitctri cviiti oiled byt venal politicians, it la considered, mora Important to protect tho count than to provide against fraudulent voting although tho latter Is not to be overlooked. Hundreds of Illegal certificates aro said to havn been Is sued hero with which attompts will be made to vote, by floaters. With this phaso of the sttuatloiv federal officials will be asked to deal. Evi dence Is also to be secured In nil cases whero tho voto Is. miscounted on tho tally sheets, which Is the most com mon form nt election theft and tho most difficult to discover, It la only posslhla where th counters era crooked. HoIhtIsoii's Rchemc. Tor tho purpose) of handling the count In this manner It in charged that instructions havo beon sent out fiuiii tho Walton democratlu head quartern to thu leaders In each county asking tham tu seo that only ono ropuhlli un counter Is chosen In thu precincts where fraud In tho count Im contemplated, tho others to bo democrats, and known to bo Wal ton men. Thus, half ths tlmo both counters working would ba Walton men and thn mlalally consummated. Tim schemo Is charged tu tho Rob ertson machine, which Is making . frenzied effort In Walton's behalf. Tho nppeal sent out by tho consti tutional (lnmocrutio club readc as follows! 'Constitutional democrats; From a number of sources ws have what seeuw unmistakable evidence of de liberate attempt to ideal this elec tion for Walton and in suvcrnl of tho counties extraordinary efforts aro to be mado for this purpose. Old methods may bo resorted to but pos sibly new ones have been invented by Ingenuous sciieuiers. "All friends of good government and honest chciorm are urged to be on tho alert to m event any and all efforts which rue to be mado to In timidate voters, to falsify the re turns, or miscount thu vote. "Word has reached us that 'head quarters' has sent out Instructions to Hie 'faithful' to se that only oo repiihllciin counter bn kliowed i , cm li precinct oi voting place. This Is a part of the -.frort to steal vote from Fields. It cull luno no otb' r meuiiliiK Wor I has aleo gono t to i ho Walton workers who .ire tu n official counters to challenge an I hold as mutilated all ballots whlcu are marked under th democrat emblem and also in front of .V. . J-'leldn' name in tha republican cm umii. This Is a rervrlon of election law and is a fraud against tho electors. "Congressmen are to b voted for In each precinct In the state, and the federal governnten Interested It self III order to ve" tli.it no corrupt CONTIVUBH "V I'AtlB TK.V t u-lili ah f., i.orL'i sh Kt df- ' giees, 23 mlnucs. Soundl igs tc a d-pii. of a. 100 mews ,ii"a u. gulf stream stli: very wurin. Qreot masse.- of lets havo been replaced by inn dines of earth and htones, the report continued while at many points well-Known glncleiH hao -.'tlrely dlsap neared. Very few se.ils and no ' white full ii"- i -g found In the 1 ...ikK.rn Al-.i Willi likl Schools of herring and sinou, which have never before v i t'ired so far north, aro being uiicountored In thp old scat flshl g grounds.