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TOE (liUTEME AILY LEABEK t ttrl. 0tst, r-"' ff,- i.,. rtt ,,Uf tit e-'t Mr' t, tT llOlIE. PIUOE23. D LB III "I! FOR CONGRESS 1T0YLE TO QUFM uu I ll iu nun md i nnin rniiMTv r i uu Luomi uuum i 1 Countr Arent Is Urrin the j rarmeri To Buy None But j the Best; Mill To ! Recle&n Seed ueavkii ALSO is I "Owing to ttt extreme lateness of (lM)l.i'l season, there U still a little time DATK IOU PLACK IX (ON liltlXS; IIOYI.K AGAINST TlllLE.Cil'i: III 11LHSI6N OTin:n candidates ursY KMGIIT IS LOOMIM STHON'G IX ALL I'AHTS Of IMSTIUCT; XO LO CAL ..NDIDATk to consider tlie best wheat to be hwi In Ixignn county r I year, and altho' I wa transferred to this county no late m almoat to preclude any activity aloug Cai line, 1 find tfest the need for better wheat here U no urgent that I foci conn trained to do all that w possime. t no late. ald County Agent Wiley today. "T ere I a limited rvupp'y of Kan ed Wheat In Kingfisher county of which we may obtain a stiUill amount, but I find that the; GuCmt Mill, at Guthrio ha on Oaad. for grinding purposes, lO.noo bushels t of No. 2 Hark Hard Wheat Unit trades verv high in purity, and sella lu the uorlli era market oi.fr 25 to 30 cents prein Inm. "At rry request, tf-e nianaeenient of thla mill ha agreed to reclean 500 bus'aela of till exceptionally good wvcat, anj sell It to farmers for $2 !5 per bu at tie will, the farmer to furnish sack or take ll away In bulk "Also t will furnish 10 bu each io uk"! Wheat Club Doy nnder the Kndles 1 shall not J riiui,, -,. i-i, m.... ...... vides for payment for U9 wheat in ' three years, and l-i building up of a ?big wheat club contest, In which each club of ten boy will compete a lu- The latest candidate for eotipre a.onal honor U Ed Hoy Hi, state In aurunce commissioner. He will run on an an-l-loegu irtatfortn and de clare be will not resign hi elate office to make the race. In reply to a requewt tnads by Governor Robert eon tbat all state officers who ntn for1 Wtaer office, first resien. h -aid: "The! Sovcmor in tnoniHtent and this -xciilon o hurt iu: resign, nha;' flat; Rut 1 will make ae nee ami I will win." Tbe entrance of Doyle ttnd Claude Weaver ha- up the law- of several Wbr cirdidate?-. Col Roy Stafford ! Iwa robab:y beeu 'weakened by thlf i TOOTe imy-f thn any ;her eaudidalt.j Jep Knight, the "buck VTirale" frcn. j Wynuewod has jirofited most. He u Ili get tt krtre we fiwu that houic" lllf Tf IT f ffjj I U 1 He 1s welt acquaint, d 1n the d:lilct UnlLLU HI Ulllnfin iaviug mode the race ' againut Joe. Thompson last time, and although in ( Official! Making Deep Probe Following Lynching of Negro and "Attack On the Reds Win 1st Battle I FRENCH HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION WHO IS TO' MEET BECKETT FOR 20 ROUNDS IN LONDON It. H K. chic . t?a ,, tv-i i j Citulnnatl 1 c ,o ;:! II ij Mn, i k...i pn vafHti ht-r toIy and a tnatuiuoih crowd flll.d th- g and atandk and rriondi or lUdlind field to vii. th oHnlif )im of tU worlds rli betwien the Chicago White Jjo and the C'.nciuuaU !Ud. The lliu-j; for the gamt folio': Chicago J Collin, rf Weaver, ah K Colttna. ;U J.u-Ws-on, if Fclm-ll, rf :andil. lb RiKberg. it Seh ilk, c CkoU CAME BY Cincinnati Kath, ?b Iu!rt lb Croh. 2lk lio h, i f Ihnnn, If Kvf. N- ule, i t Win e Kim Jur p INNINGS. fCoutioued on Page 5 Col. 5.) FIFTY MEN AND BOYS I '. .7 . ' . ' -1 P "-'V cil sr r; '-, w -v,) i ; v . ;s Mayor il(y Ai.. uiiMfl 'rm Ouiaba. .N'tb. Oct I Kill v nun and v barge the arniy at tha time, making a credit abl phon ing. Knight U a stale sena tor and ha s had coneiderabie experi ence Q4 a legislator. "Hot Siafford, UWg Lillard and WH llam M t'raakllti are alAi making a trtrenuou caaipnigu. There te Utile i boys were under arrest unlav 5n con v" n CTNnwaign ana eacniniH-tiou wl'ft' Sunday night's rioUug candidate Is guirr after he were Atnoi g the ;-rUmer U Sol Fraocl uammpr anu xonps. me fieiu en 12 years of age. All of ihv.se arrtsted to be iu the routh, where the Okla- j are held for efth r murder, inciilng to , eoma c ny eanui(J Hes are btaUiu ifte; .-lot. or aault to commit intir d. r nt oru-Fb for voters day and night. Thou-; wilful destruction of properly. wn" ' circular krtten; are flooding t A w eclal grand Jury will convene The conn ry. telling of the virtue cf . he Oct S to inquire into the several a Scants for the cougres- againsK the men. s,on' ' I rEC Henry, physician, attending It Ii s-iid ;h rt publicans w'll unJie) -Mayor Edward P Smith, who wag al on John Rmbry and will make a da-1 taektd by the mob, c!a d into morn- terming ffort to put h'm acrostH 'is ttwt tht? wndlilon of the mayor Jake Hamon, tniilionaire oli man ira, u:h that he thought all dmyer eaid to liave offered to finance ihe i'ast. campaign tor any atrong man ho! Ten nogroitt were ttrrt d In Coun can mn or 'he ioee w ith tho upiHn j ill Dlurfa late yesterday when the Of the united party in the dlnrrtct. I discovery was made that they had a In rhe infant me tb date of the I largo stock of gun and ammunition. primary is drawing nearer and Ocfo-jThey told the police that the arm oer ista will soon be here. and shells belonged to a man who Th following tave fiN '! ih had been hunting. They are held for ptate t'l-etmn eommIwfnr doclara- Invtatlgation. tlons of eandldnevt Wlllinm Frank- Ma and John H Wrigit of Oklahoma j uty, ang uenry .m carr or raute v al ter, democrat; J W Harre! of Okla homa Crr. republican. Harreld Is re icorted o favor reservation In the rat ification of the league of nation agreement. PRKSIOKXT'S CONDITION IlKPOnTKI) 3IICII BETTEU DUGTOflSTIJLL AT LARGE No Race Riot, A Reported; Posses Are Scouring County; No Trace of Slayer Burly and Gray Haired fly A"x-lated rr) Oklahoma City, Oct 1- Reports Washington, Oct 1-WHh PreiIent j W'ifcwn's condrtion 'showing ateady! Improvement, those attending hhn in j reaching Oklahoma City today from h' UlT-ess w-ere concerned today in i outside aoureec, owing to lack of preventing any exertion wnan. might cause a relate. , AlthoiiTh Door Oraysoo had re lortcd the preVdent a "in- lrovIn' ,;rt Inning, Whit 9oi; J Collin up. one ball; ball, strike. J Collin ingled to center. It w a line drive that landed directly in front of Rout-h Kddle Collin ;. Hall, trike one, Kdd!e Co'llns forced J Collin at sec ond, lUmlher to Kopf K Coltlnx at tempted to imiTifWe. Weaver tf , ball strike. Kd Collin out t eating. Winj to Rath. JavkKvn Up. 'Jaekou flld 'o Rou h, the Litter making a great one handed catch. So run, one hit. no error. First Inning, Second Half: Rath Ui. Rath, was hit by a pitched ball He a hit on the back uud walked to firs. Daubrt up. Strike one; Duu belt wingled to center. lUth taking third. It wa a 'clean drive through second haw. (irnti up. Rail our. Orou tiled out. Hatibert remained on I firl. Honfh uy, cue bail, tt balK strike one: Danbert out etealliwr ee oud, Schalk to ftlsbetx. Three 1m11; Rou h walked, Duncan no. Hall one. rtrike one liouoli utole acc.md: hcha ka thro t., high, rihej Ma Meeting Endorse League Men Were Tenants of Dr Karre- To Hear , MtM!-.T v- j Speak j Oeorgei Carpcntier and Lieutenant Fonck liforci tiriMllii f. I' l etu h ll'il Wrijjttt i l,alll)nli. Jithl .lue licckctl, Uridyl title ImltL'-r mr lo im ri in tt 1 iiity l'ouit.l Uotit iu fxnnlt'ii on Dee. 4, Hceordift! to iIp.tli lK U a (In- inti.li eH'!litI, It is cxiiceletl lluit Jnck Detncy w ill give (lie vv tutior u eliauee itt Ins A'orM'a title in liattle iti 1 h is 4'mintry in Miv Tins tliitik"ritjli illiW( tlie Klenell "Ace o A'eH," l.letltetuitlt 1'iillek. tolkilitf Willi i'lirpentirr while lite hitter s eninpt't inj: in ulliletie unities tit ri'iotiiiics. TELL REEO NOT TO COME THHEE GHARGEO WITH : ; MURDER ARE ARRESTED; dil. One run, one hU. no error. Stcond tnninfl, Firtt Malttr Jnk- Mill uu. On Jaiknon'a drive t Ki)f j the lutter threw wild to f;rt ha e nd j Jackson went to recond. FeUeh u;; I (Continuej on 1'age t. Col. i ) man, the Slain Man; They ... Used a Howe To Strangle . Him Steel Men Are Optimistic and the Strikers Declare the Battle As Good As Won Is Ardmoie. Oct. 1.- Anlmtue i Ifizenit, In man nieetiii nl(jlt, cent a tel. enrani to Senator Jaun1!! A, Heed of MiaHoiirl, demandinjr that lie tancel his Ard'imr iiaUlnit date in oppont tion to thw i-caKUo ill Nattou. Keo lutlon were adept ed eiHlorsliig ,1'rent dent Wilton and the league. Reed Attack Covenant t tt I M-ljlll4 'l ) Chicago, (lit I - Three men, jnnod Kl.nrix Hiul two 'iniun, t'lirlal I'arrl i i:ni l ii hi e I'liiiw. today wte Ulldef iimmM chiiiiiiil 1ih tliurdr-r of r Hi kitwild Kn ini)!i. wbm Ik.iIv wa l T "! rati yviferilwj' tnortili In lta j biirulM hiitiii' timli-r mynlerioiiiv i lr ' cumsiMnce, Cohfr Minn were obtain : from thp ilcee men, auoidlnK 10 Uent and White Houe official ex pected the. prerc-ipUon to stand for feeme day to come. CONGRESSIONAL RACE RUMORS local newrpaper. that disturbances were rife in the city last night and today hare no foundation in fact. J M William, a conductor on the In two fculleUn yeterday. lie ?re.jFourlh sU-eH car ,ine ,aiJ 8Jot gnd crtbed ret ajraln today for the pa- k,.d ear!r v,Btt,rdar t)V an v.,,,.. ( neijro Immediately following a quarrel j over a fare. , The negro escaped by j leaping from t-e car. " A pocce of one hundred men was organized to aearch for biJi but up to a late hour lat " '' nlghi h had not been found. No in- O-.lahoma City, Oct 1-The con-.formation on the subject a avall sreaaional race for Joe Thompson"! j abe Bt polite headquarter this morn place wa enlivened . today by an-jjng nouncenient that Moman Prultt of; Tbe report tjat Governor nobert OWaho'na City, and L. O Xiblack of j ,uu i,ad orderea troop held in readi CnUirie, would enter the race, J-j Def to quell possible rlotint; could not though the report wa not confirmed oe tonnrmed either at the governor' JClblack wra one of t'-e contetant(i . for congretiman-al-larse n 1913 and Continued on Page 4, Col. 2.) . m. . .tr.,, t.ft-rtn .!t-hn,.. tuJ L G Xiblack ha returned from a MB WW W F V S'Q V (! Wi BULLETIN. t! Anm-liilel l'reii,t Gary, Ind, Oct 1 About 100 Ink er returned o worK tooay i me Indiana Steel company. Both Side Claim Advantage in Stnk. Pil'taburgh, Oct d With labor lead er advancltiR the claim that all plant In the Pittsburgh dlatrict hrive been crippled by the teel worker' airike, and the employer maintaining that more men are returning to work each day and that the mill are operating at nearly full time, the situation today remained here and at other eteel cen ter. Virtually unchanKed. According to the latex figure from strike headquarter. 375.u iron and tret worker of the country ere on irtrike, thl reireeentlns an Increase of C3.000 over last wetk' total. klulem.i City, Ovt 1. Quotliu from pro-war tin.) later Me.-e!i.- f j lruHidvnt , WIIhoii. Sena!or Reed. ; soeakltiif hire in ipiKiltfon to the ' Lcagu- of Nation, oald the president J had reversed hi own opinion in order to aupporl tlie Leaun pitpoKal. f "Th American people have been j lod generally to believe that the i League I formed for our leiiefit and that It .4 purpom l to keep America out of -if ' ald Henittnr Hi ed "A a , maner or ibci. um unpu' la ioi o.eu , foul(1, 4f )). ...... L.......t. t. ...... .....I Ii ' iur uin uu.:a o umri nittn'itii wiiij ui t.t ,.f l.lf,,i.iu' wij.crw ill' hd'ee, Ttu v wi re letiaut ot Mr K.irretiiiin mid Ikchiiii. -ts i.ikciI at (vim. ticoordlng to their alleged niufiU'itliiii, OVer'liti' y.tili I hat thretcfied to deprive them of n atore operated by Kllnrtu with hi brother tawi. Surtjdcitii w.m direct I'd to Kllorl. Pai't'.i mid I'arrl after lr Jowph Sfrliu'i-, coroner phyalclnn, found th.il ltl li,vn: i,sn IhkI beeii MtratlMled a rope, burned tb-cet of which h,1 mm u in if in hi City Clerk George L Andernon and Mrs Anderson will leave tonight for Chicago, where they will wl'ueiM the world' erie bat, tames. From there they M go to Ohti t;d In'lt ana where they will vl'. .Mend nJ relative. They will be ai'nt for CJree week. A woman who dad vlaif -! hr Krre t;i.m .Sunday nl'lit when the men flrat cuiltd Ideiyt ified Itient h (Iip gltettta, ot whom the itocior had cxprrmed fear. ir Kerrcman. . year old, wan a nr.je,:i intijor in the Ktmt illinol riMive militia, lie hud practiced ij yen in. Short Cuts To Home News mwni.n ihiwhwhiw - r. 5 Mliurp h lut tinted euil giut K J Cotiueway, C C Htion and .Myi 'm t'onnewa; f.r f !M and Intercut u a protuiaofy iwl len in !!!;. -After nine )mri of uiarrhd life Ueorae and Nettle Hambtin h come to the purlin it of way, "the were iiwtl.nl In Irtit.irm In !M and hav one child, a boy of t-h vUim her huaband doici'tt'd Her. Kite ak tor the poawehMtun of the child and an abwolute divorce. lUk Reiifio, who fli fiom a bnrn two month t nl broke .v riil boitcn in hi riiiht ! k. t ilowly riHiverin-j and will be able to Ui at bl old luce In the Comer I'hwrmai'T nnMin. Mck ha lmt none of his cheer. fulitcM and little fUkh ao a rti!t ot the aee'dent. -.a an hfti rmath of tin' whendii C K MIIU rui!l a warrant to Ijottie, i haifciiu A W Role rt ) wild Hie unl.iw fill poisi oi.lou w( a bridle, Rolnrl 1h' wnk flld a dntiwtg null ',-lii! MIIU. He k l.ooe and tHiurt rot, (kith are pnmiiuetil tierth Ion in men. -' "Vlrtuoua Wive," went over with a Italia," ald Manaifer Pollard Of the Pollard theater today. "Tho crowd were the hlgueM w have ever taken care of and the picture one ,t the beM ever xhown here. The people were well .iucd j - M il Cope of Kl Reno, tlraiid M-' ter mil I) 11 lelau ot ("almond, chair, man of the llon.o llonrd of the Od I Fellow wio vlaltorx at tie tte headqiiartor yeterdy onferrtnk with tliaud Hecre'ary ltnie relative to the coming grand lodue eloii tenlt'lt will convene lu Oklahoma City net Tuesday iiiotuliig. A petition to e!l r-l cwlalo, a feta of the defunct liuan Comity bank, wua filed In dlattlt't eourt )es- leTday, The pr-tltloil t! Ill tbe name of the mat" banking bout d and W beoucti( by Kred f! Dentil, bank rom iiiUsloncr. The following i.eoivrty 1 ttU'dl Went f' feet of Iota I. 2, : I. 5 and (1, In bio. k T. CalHlol Hill Utddltlon to iJuihrle Thla properly i ( l part of the Beta of iu bunk. I j - When the war draft came it eaiuht John Smith, and lit 1".' h nailed for France. Ilti wa alment mil 11 late ihU ytwr When be re turned he found that Itt h ha y home hud been broken u() ilnrutg hi lib aenee and tlknf hl wife hud dlniM:d of the homo hold furfUiur aini had left for Chicago, Ho Mie for divorie They were manlnl In (iuthi'le lit l!A. No children, -Jamei, Mi i'urlaiid and Ida Hoiine, both nenroea, had a rouuh houne ;t-r forintince Monday iiiltl. lloth were arreated by the iil police and both were fined IJ'i nI coat for fiKhtlii They were then turned over to lh county. Ida ha a badly dl ; 'figured head vlece. Hhe avers : Jamea alu mined her over the load with a revolver of l.j-noine-odd calibre and she Nay he mit mt n etit 1. In the performance. It required twelve etltche to put Ida lit a prmentuble con dition. The attending phyxbian ia)a ter bend I hard or ho would be a uoao one now, M Turin ml tome bark with 4he Pbu that Ida had a gun and wit trying to git action on it wh n he (li j-ped In and put her to tho mat for the count. Judge lloitia. day will hear evidence today. COTTO ; CHOP, PROSPECT FELL I Ml iiou. un.vu. woiuis i: t si: C.HIKK 1'I.I1S. HIT may hi: iiui:vr.uniii;(H)i wi.viiiin to Ue maintained largely at the e pene of the A'lierican people," The president ha "convinced him self that It i the bmrineas of Ameri can atatramen to sarrlfSue America on ' tho altar of humanity" he averted. Referring to Mr. WIIhoii' remark a! fleno, during liiit recent (our. that lie? wanted "to get Into any kind of trou- : m-! it-iti ble that will belp liberate mankind. and do not want to be always think-j ing about my kln or my poctetboo' , TROOPS FROM BRITISH or my friendship," the m-nutof said; j FLEET LAND IN ODESSA "The trouble i that it ! not the! - Dreident'a skin that i to be aacrl-: i.ttr Ao':i,.ie.l 'e t fieed. It i the kin on tho back of tt.K Inierti-fin r,nt,!e It f t not ttiM president po, kmbook that I lo be I been Un,ed ,l 0cU"a nd h,vf oe'iln! ,hw f h Chamb.r o j copied th city, according to advici Commerce that the full membership HIGH. COMPARATIVELY SlAI Iti: IM.l 1 IUOHT0 H nit; m it: hi in om; (irilON-TIIVniKTIHS M Alii; I0I MUM LU KS IMUlSK tf Ce L 0aik. Ueportii by correpomeuU ndkti Ci the condition of the cotton rrvo I Hept 2 1!, wa 53 5 per rent ot normal, Indicating a jtebi of 10, I 2. a bal Tbi i-oimiare wlih a condition of 6. 4 per rent at Attgt SO. and allow X t titr cent for aerfrtnw alMiidonmei.t. ahlch t-miimate reta'tng to crtagt w annotimd ta our rrpwt for tho end -June period. tt atno itmpwre wad an ettd-tep- teniber conilliloii ot oT.t r cent last year, and a Id-year aera ctrndWIoa dlt portment of agriculture figure) , Hefit S't. of 63 A pvr rent of a tvof uil. . a A iiterlortloi since August of .t point U tud'eated mlnl a 10-yMf average d'ietlorallon of 4 ptlntii Kir the period. The greatest deUnora tloii tor the perti.;! during any of the post 10 year natll tht year we g 4 iHilnt average for th United Htt. 1hi ' .Kilt I based ttpint corre ; endent a ewver tug In detail Ji coumtea embraced in the HO principal lotion p roil tic I tig state. Tom per tit re Hay tempo raiurea were wltout neuronal normal to above, except low in jNirtbni of Teta. Too covil night r.pt AtWnttr, and a few Miattrel lucainie, Italnfall -Ke.-tt for too frequent raliWrtil in ectloi of Ta and ton ulf i.( from Florid to th Rio tirnnde, and heavy rain, width did more Imrui than ohI over dry aretut of Arkanaa. rainfalt w defkiettt. General Weather Condition Wetuher ttnnsuall yfavorable for fttck- llt. 'eeig 1i frequent tklOa In t ' 1'ii't two we'k. Tho I'tatit Generally - owing lo kto nR end liutirlutil gmwih hrtii may t't 'iiiiiimr.i on 1'age 4, Voi. t ) The open meeting of the Chatober of Commerce meniberhlp thl even'' lug at the city hall promise to be uu j interesting and a lively one, Many j matter tliat are of vital Importance (to the cllUcoHblp of Gutbrle wilt be Vienna, Oct 1 Troops frem th tip for freo and open discussion. TSeM 8ritih fleet in the Black Sea hav are aeveral big proposition ronfron' (CoutiiMied on Page 5, Col. 1 ), received in Budpeit. last man to enter the race. With Pruitt in. Oklahoma City ha six can didates. aBBSSBesasBSBssas TM WEATHER. New Orleans. Oct rt Tonight and Tharvday, iacreaaing cloudiness. ix weeks' trip in the East, where be baa been meeting with the National Newsprint toard, of wliIC he i a member. Jolih Coyle returnetl; today f:in Ka&saa City. Poetic Symbol of a Drunk Means Jelly To Housewife and Tug of War for Sugar will be aked lo help deckle, Rwy i cislieii of the city should be preeent at thl meeting and above all. every member of the tiamher should not fail to attend. Women are especiuily tuvited. The uieetlng beitin at 8 o'clock. OI.IHIS M ISON IS t . (ai; i:u iioxoiih Hcottinlt Itite .Mwntiii si tlie recent i"t!ini her. conferred the degree upon J It wuutott of Hominy, pitbiiblv the obit i nun to enter tl) i lie iii Oktuhotu M- tVlHlamaon it about ,; years old. Imt Imnk lf year otinaer U u veteran of the fa mous Forreut ravalry and h been Ip the One txttniry a long 1 Hue. Tb sovereign tommander. Gen I) M I'tttley, lo also a ctntfederate veteran. Hominy Htnt a larue tius tt tint eonwlstory, vu: J It Williamson, Ly Page, i C Cren haw. Terry McFail. W V Ituaaell. J C JotlM. tBy Boob l Tbe grape, Long tbe favorite ot liaccliu. the most popular dining room wall pa per design, and tlie poetic symbol of a drink! But to the housewife the grape mean Jelly. And grape butter and grape marmalade and conserve, and purple jelly bags made out of old flour sack, and stained finger and burned hand and the gas stove all a neared op with a dark, sticky substance. For making jelly and preserve and inarm jluflo is not all that t li- house-f grape on (he linoleum of the kitchen keeping ti a 4allin.it end tlie advertise, ment Illustrations would have you be lieve. . In ftese magazine articles ll all seem no easy. The housewife wearing an immaculate wl ite apron, a crisp cap, and a teatlfle smile walk Inlo Cte Ctopian blue and while kitch en of fiction.' With tbe euuie mlle curving her ripe .red lip, t he proceeds to make her jelly, she tkes the grape raplJly from the steer,, waaiie them, ;cover the in with water and put Uiem on tlie tove to cook. Bf:e doe not '-' accidentally PU a few fioor and (hen slip on them to stop to mop up the floor every once in a while. WJIe the fcrupes are cooking, tlie ludy of the tnagsxine look lit them ever and anon and smiles a rcuymtirlng smile, but thu wo. man in the kite lien take her potato timelier ami helps alonx e-e proces of Juice extraction. j Wife Sews While Dripping Co On and have j 1,1 1 1 V,' Tl'LS.' I'APKHS AT O t: ItV AIIII'LWi: Tiie Tula Democrat lili-.ered at Oklahoma City by airplane today. Oklahoma City people, without a local paper for three days, grabbed th Tulsa paper with avidity. There 1m no change in tf e strike aituatlon at Oklahoma City. The publisher of all ,h;k;as ,vn oitni nm TO A H ACK l'. S. AIttMLV 'll' Alld I'rtFM I Mexico City, Oct t-U i t tru that Mexican troop have been order ed to tire upon Atnerkan artalor flying over Mexican territory, a had been reported, said, a statement given the newspaper today by LouU Cabrera, the secretary of the treas ury . He asserted that Ordefg had simply , been 1sued that the tnove m cUis of all aviator be reported. Wh m the grape have bien cooiied i ""P"" agreed to atand pat long enough, we see the lr.dy of the '1" "n tne union. A flat demand it i tin a. I.. .1. J., , . u .vv mu wur o uniuuiiueu oy Hie union. Thla, the puhlg:ier contend magaxlne hanging up Oer cheese cloth (Continued ou Page 3, Co!. 1) i more than the traffic will atand. ALL NEWSPAPERS IN OKLAHOMA CITV SUSPEND' PUBLICATION i Br Au.'Uld fNH l Oklaaoiua City, Oct I The aitua tlon brought about hero late Monday afternoon by a walkout of practically the entire membership of the Okia homa City Typographical Union r malued the aame today.. There were, no morning paper lu Oklahoma City today and mechanical departmeatg of newtpuper and printing offleeg re malned closed throughout the 4y j '