Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 148, Ed. 1 Friday, February 3, 1922 Page: 1 of 6
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5 .4/1 independent newspaper published I
| every day except Sunday. Owned by I
1 more than 7,000 farmers and workers. Es- s
1 tablished to defend and cherish freedom 1
of * It press and liberty of public opinion. §
j It serres no interest but the public good. 1
Vol. 2—No. 148
"FEARLESS AND TRUE"
Full Leased Wire United Press Report—Member Federated Prest.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 3, 1922
PK1LL I ho i.liNi';
Three great forces predoni-
m flRBUCKLE JURY
SAN FKANt'ISCO, Feb. L—Jury
trying Rosooe (Fatty) Arbuckle on
Couivtere- Eva 1'ttlch.^ ^
AQUA-PLANING IS KING OF SPORTS
0 TAKE PA
inate in the social and economic Committee Members Say Edi- Ten Are For Conviction, and
struggle, namely the forces of \or was Mobbed For War Two for Acquittal—Forty
Capital, of Labor, and oi Qn Criminal tlement.
Parmer. Through court de-
cisions, injunctions, the loss of j Governor Robertson had not de-
strikes, the interference of tht' cided Friday to make an investlga-
gOVernment, and the thousand tjon jnto tjje shipping and tarring charges of manslaughter in eonnec-
and one other resources Ot f vv. L. Moore, editor of the Drum- tion. with the death of Virginia
capital, not to forget the wide- right Post. Itappe, failed to reach nn agreement
spread unemployment of today, He declared that he had the caae , .lUrhHMWHl today
the forces of capital have been under advisement." A c-ommlttee (l a ' * > conviction
tho hatt*** nt l-ihf r in of men and women, citizens of 1'ur> "lood 1,11 ,or w nT,pnon
getting the better oj labor in ,)runir,„ht hea(led by ReVi K w and two for acquittal, members an-
the economic struggle. ! I.ackey, pastor of the First Baptist noil need.
Labor is therefore inclined church of Drumright, called on the r|«hjs nnK |hl. Hec0Iui jnry trying
to use the political weapon, for governor Thursday and requested ^ (>on,n||aI| to disagree, the first
numerically the votes of labor f™u£k. attorney g„nerai. *•«■« 11 1 f«r
Will easily outrun the votes ot (jM-lared Friday that he had received The Jury called a bailiff at 11:20 a.
the representatives of capital, no orders from Governor Robertson ni., alter more than forty hours' de-
Capital recognizes this situa- to proceed with the investigation. liberation* and announced it wanted
tinn 'hiri i« thprofore busv to Moore was taken by masked men to see the Judge.
. li r.\ Hi, vntincr ctrpnirth nf Monday night and flogged and hot The foreman reported to the judge
align the voting strength ot |i r 1V1 pourei| on the flesh wounds. «h t •!>«• final hu" t showed ten to
the farmers With capital, Ol' at Hl, v ,(hen subjected to other In- two for eoailctlon ami the Jurors
least prevent the co-operation dlglntlcs were immediately discharged. I The C.ountcs3,_Eva Telekl has tion la accepted by the brotherhoods.
of labor and farmer on the po- The only "crime" of which he had The Jury spent the night In an up- 0pened a halrdresslng establishment it Is probable, railroad officials said,
iitl I i 1 j been guilty was that ot criticizing town hotel under the guard of four )n Vienna. The countess Is but one the Joint conference would be held
J 1 ! , ertaln city and county- officials for i bailiffs. It had retired early—short- ! 0f a long line of Austrian aristocracj in Chicago w ithin the next ten days. | view shows one of the aeasleds speeding along lllscayne Bay, Miami
'' * * I their laxity of law enforcement, it j ly before 10 p. m—when the Judge j compelled to direct their activities Some fears had been expressed ! wi(h g pnr, nt flv0
The press, not on y the daily, waf. Bajd. Although Creek county, j was notified that one of the mem- j to business enterprises. 'that the "big four" leaders would 1— ~ •
but the so-called farm papers, including Drumright, has been at tin hers was suffering from a cold anil fjfAf j i vnrfir decline to attend tbe meeting <>r the
who nretend to be radical, but mercy or a crime wave and is be- that further discussions would he a HI II 1 A I JhK i sixteen standard unloRs«nd the coal ,
•tie reallv subsidized throutrh coming known as a place of safety i hardship. The jury did not ask to HvliLiiTl Lf miners, but Stone's statement todaj
are really; Ubsiaizea tnrougn lawUsB elements because of al- be excused—merely for the right to , pAI Tr>T UI7 A H
the advertising patronage of ^ cornlpt ,.Uy anll county gov. ,leep. LUUlV 1 HLAu
the harvester and machinery ,.,nments. thn I'ost had been practi- •-•""■■'I- •"'1 I" ooriti.tnn
and fertilizer trusts, are busy cally the only paper in the county
Engineers' Head Says Organi-
zation Will Participate
CLEVELAND, Ohio. Feb. 3. "It Is
quite certain the 'big four' railway
brotherhoods will attend tbe Joint
conference with mine union officials.
Warren S. Stone, chief of tbe loco-
motive engineers, said today.
Stone added, however, a definite
decision to attend the combined ses-
sion of the two largest labor groups
In the country would not be reached
until the "big four" brotherhood
leaders meet here next Monday or
"We shall bo glad to talk with any-
body," Stone declared.
He would not state the purpose,
though it was Intimated plans for
eombating wage slashes proposed by
carriers and operators would be out-
If the mine union officials' invita
While winter grips the North, men and v ju.jii on vacation at southern
resorts enjoy themselves with the thrilling sport of aqua-planing. This
everywhere to line up the farm- to protest.
ers with capital. As an ex- Moore also urged
ommlssion ! his custom heretofore. He was tired
ers wtt.il capital, ns <ui. c.\- [lirm 'uf' gnvernm~nt for Drumright. ! and worried.
ample, take an extiact fiom a Mayor Nicodemus of Drumright!
recent editorial in 'Wallaces facetj serious charges in superior ADA'S CITY ATTORNEY
1' ai mer, published in Iowa, court Jast year, but was exonerated.
and owned by Henry G. Wal- it is rumored that he stands high
lace I • S Secretary of Asrri- wlth the lirf,sent administration at
lace, L. O. Otcreutry Ol rtgli ranitn, win name has h
culture, and his brother:
merely for the right to j i^/^ITOTT 1.I1T A F\' aPP*rently removed all obstacles
sleep. I III IK I Hp. A |J and assured convening of the meet-
Arbuckle had kept in seclusion, v ing.
during the evening, not mingling | ] A close alliance of railroaders and j
with the corridor crowds as had been League Of Nations Tribunal miners for combined opposition to
Picks Dr. Loder.
wage cutting Is expected to be the
outcome of the Joint conference.
More than any other one
thing, it is the city labo.i ing
man who today is standing
between (he farmer and rea-
sonable prices for the things
which he buys. As long as
we are working under the
present structure of society,
(here is only one logical
thing for the farmer to do
at the present stage of the
game, and that is to back
up capital in reducing wage*.
Here is a newspaper, a farm
the state capitol. His name has been
I has been suggested as a candidate
for lieutenant governor.
I Enemies of Moore declared that he
j wrote "radical" editorials in his
' paper urging overthrow of local and
j state governments.
| He was the organizer of a "law
j and order league" which has as its
intention the driving of the bootleg-
THE HAGUE, Feb. 3.—(By U. F.I CHICAGO, Feb. 3.—In face of an
. i—Dr. B. C. J. Loder of Holland, was , )mpen(jlng strike. fifty Indiana coal
ASKS BOND FORFEITURE 1 today elected first president of '1"' oprrat(Trs were on record today for
permanent court ot international Jus-! a radical and sweeping reduction
tice, established by the league of i ln ^le present wage scale."
nations. Prevailing agreements between the
The eleven Judges forming the. nnjons and operators expire March
court met today at the Carnegie j ,(mj m|ne union officials have re-
peace palace and elected Dr. Ix>der, i peatedly warned that an effort to
who Is a member of the supreme | force a jUty cut would result in a
court of The Netherlands and one of j str|ke
the draftsmen of the international
ADA, Okla., Feb. 3.—Request that
the $10,000 fidelity bond of W. B.
Jones, suspended city commissioner
of accounting and finance, be de-
clared forfeited, is made in a suit
filed in district court here by Thomas
Holt, city attorney.
lloit states that the bonding com-
Arrest Is Expected
Before Evening, in
Movie Murder Case
to . .
Nation Tied Up — Promised
"Volunteer Service" Fails
Hi: HI, IN, leb. S. — Major
1 loess of Berlin today described
the situation as desperate, ndd<
ing that a general strike of
nnrkers ill Berlin was imminent.
\ Postal telegraph operators*
strike was threatened for to-
night and other unions i
BERLIN, Feb. The general railjjJ
strike held all Germany in a para-ce|
li/.ing grip today.
An odd train here and there wa
the only sign of traffic throughout^
the entire country. Many an Amer-
ican business man and others arebfll
marooned in various parts of th«'e^
i The government has failed to make
good lis promises to provide an ade t)J
quate .service by use of volunteers ip*|
The authorities have arrested tht*®^
president of the engineers union ant ^
! th< treasurer and a member of tkfl
j executive committee of the train of
! tlcial's union, but the strike spreac
; Merlin has food for a week, bu
the shortage and suffering will b< td
ble, it is feared it tbe strikt^1^
continues. Efforts to employ aircraf "
land make use of Germany's criss*
crossing air routes have begun.
pany has refused requests that the I court's fundamental statute, on the
bond be turned over to the city. j first ballot.
gers and criminals out of the town. I Jones is now facing embezzlement, •
At one time, it boasted a member-1 charges. RED RIVER CASE ECHO
ship of about 800. A meeting place 1
! was denied them, but they finally
' secured the basement of the First
j Baptist church.
After being flogged, Moore was
ordered to leave the city, but he de-
fied his persecutors and has de-
paper, owned and controlled by clarcd that he would stay and fight
a member of President Hard- for a clean government.
injfs cabinet, advising the 11 wtts declared that Moon-
4. 41' 4., -j "touched some sore spots in his re-
I aimers to take the side ol cap- rrnt exposure of practices of certain
ltal and help reduce the wages officials in city and county govern-
Senator Capper of Kansas,'
who owns a string of "radi-
caK'(?) farm papers toots in
the same horn, with a slightly
different tone, when he says:
Wall Street and big busi-
ness should be aiding in-
stead of fighting their best
friend: should be aiding in-
stead of opposing the ef-
forts of farm blocs in con-
Senator Capper has done a
good service with his string of
IN T0PEKA LAWSUIT
TOPEKA, Kan. Feb. 3.—An echo of
! the Texas-Oklahoma Red river bor
Woman Believed Involved In Killing — Mary Miles Minter
Praises Head Director, and Defends Mabel IMorniand.
Who Visited Him Short While Before His Death.
_ _ •%«..",tne 1 exas-UKiaouum iveti mo ww.- 1 t- — 1 10 uw Rwrr «m«k WMmin wp ue
1 P 0 I ti n V der controversy was brought here to- Japan AIIOWS MOre Freedom ficsllgatliig shortly after the actress
n (V r ill! day when the Burke-Divide Oil com- ; Than in Fiftv YparS ' returned from a trip to New Vork,
J 1 U 1 IX I— 1 I M I | pany, Delaware corporation, brought ; ' some months ago.
I suit ln the federal court for $525,000 , w.ahinoton _h 3 _(ijv it p ,
Ruth To Make Final Plea Be-S! S,"™'" °' '"hnK"" h"
claimed In the suit that oil | on ,hemselve8 Rd.
fore U. S. Supreme Court.
to this amount was taken from prop-
. t.. . €mnnnn f«T.lerty belonging to the oil company
A fight to save nearl> $100,000 for, durlng lhe boundary ^controversy.
been successful to an unexpected de-
papers in bringing the plight Rree in its efforts to break up the
of the farmers before the en- powerful farm bloc in congress.
tire country, but he still thinks j TOs is admitted by the farm bloc
that the farmers' conditions '^"XTbVthe undermining of
the gas consumers of Oklahoma City j
will be made by Charles H. Ruth,
municipal counselor, before the su-
preme court at Washington, Monday,
he announced Friday before leaving
! for the capital.
I The case is to compel the Okla-
! homas Cias & Electric to give rebates
which were ordered by the corpora-
Senator Norris Disgusted at: ""(TeroS'tVi"'company t.. make the re- porter In Rosenthal's Display
Undermining^ Bloc. ^^1^^ TuC .t Window Shocked Ladies
| winter of 1920.
WASHLNGTON, Feb. 3.— (U. P.)— City commissioners
The Harding administration has j voted Tuesday to havi
Ruth go to
A charge of indecent exposure was
mit it is "up to China to prove it can
run its own affairs."
Japan's "bombshell" in the closing
days of the arms conference—volun-
tary surrender of group five of the j said Adams. "H
twenty-one demands, plus an offer to
open up the constortlum the territory
of south Manchuria and inner Mon-
golia—means when taken with the
Shantung settlement that China has
moro freedom than at any time ln
the last fifty years.
The Washington conference is now
ln its closing hours.
Committee approval of the Far
Eastern treaties was expected this
afternoon. Should nothing unfor-
seen develop, that would mean a
Everyone admired and respected him. Police Make Raid in FashionactJ
1 doubt the rumor that he was b|e Residence District.
married and has a daughter in the | jlfj
east. He would surely have told j A large copper still and sonn^J
mf '<n if it were' true." whisky mash were found by countjjjJ
I.,,.ml. Mabel Norm T1""" ;h' )° ^
, upon a home in th« rooidence sectiotQJ
«« •*•> "etrfudsd of J, ,.„v, according to W. P. land ,1
Mabel Normand whom police say vis- Bay> undersheriff, Friday.
ited Taylor at his home on the night w. J. Burch, Lillian Burch an<
of tbe murder. C.rady Burch were arresteil at tlni
"I love little Mabel Normand and n'^eo. which was In the 1400 blocl,
... . , , . . , ... on West Thirtieth street. «
I want the whole world to know it, , The Btm was ,ocated in a batU-M
Miss Minter cried, impetuously. room UpHtairH. Whisky was run inu ^
Taylor's bod> wji found yester- a large tank and this was connectei
day .u a ■ I• pi< ture ol with tbe kitchen sink by another®!
\s in Deaoond Taylor, motion picture mi Normand in bin room. pipe. Seven barrels of mash an< ^
director, will be made before night,; Qn ft nearby tabouret were found six gallons of whisky were found iiDj"
LOS ANUKLKS, Feb. 8.—Detee-
tlres today were reported seeking a
young New Vork broker whose iden-
tity is kept secret, to question him
in connection with the murder ol'
Hni. Desmond Taylor.
He Is' d«' '"ll>ed as a friend of 11
prominent movie actress.
He came from the east, according
to the story whlchc detectives are iu
LOS ANGELES. Feb. 3.—An arrest
in connection with the murder
Captain David L. Adams, detective g|HHses an(j a <|f>iante
chief, stated today
"We are closing in on a subject,"
will soon be ia cus
gin and orange juice.
Washington to continue | ftledTn Tounty court Friday against Plenary session tomorrow.
—w . —- ( Dl8gU8le(1 ny me unnermmnm ui
can be bettered by calling on | the senate farm bloc, Senator Norris
the BEST friends of the farm-
I or Nebraska may resign as chairman
er, namely the institutions of of the Senate agricultural commit-
Wall Street and Big Business, j tee.
# # t If Norris resigns it will be in pro-
v, 1- c r „„,i test against the administration's ef-
Relief for the farmer and f0r^g destroy the bloc, and second
relief for the worker can come aBain t the action of some bloc
and will come only through the ; members, who, in Norris' opinion,
ioint co-operation of these two have weakened too easily„under ad-
frmunc nn flip nfilitipjil fiplH ministration pressure.
groups on the political nein Nords vas deeply h(lrrei| by Sen_
similar to the metliods adoptto Kenyon's acceptance of a fed-
in Oklahoma by the Farmer- ] 'erlll judgeship which took from the
Labor League. i farm bloc its official chairman and
TI,., nntinn-il leaders of or- °ne of 1ts strongest members
the nationa! leaaeis ot I K on, Norris, his friends sa:
ganized labor must see to it that the administration's
that labor's message, labor S against the bloc has succeeded in south
side of its fight with big busi- i making it nothing but a name, so
ness, Will get to the farmer far at least as many republican sen-
through the newspapers that '""r"rr" firBt thought of resigning
are here for the promotion o the chatrm,inship „r the agricultural ^ autoroobtlB, authorities
the farmer-labor interests, such ' comnlittee last summer when las cre. m
as the Oklahoma Leader, the emergency bill for farmer relief was
Minnesota Star, the Seattle up
Union Record, and others and j
should further see to it that JIr al)lll|tted, however, that reports
a daily newspaper to represent i hwtril senate corridors that he omncnc enn
fanner-labor is published in ev !was considering this step was not I Hritt BlUUtlio run
ery state of the union without foundation If tie does re- LINCOLN MOTORS CO.
* sign. Norris indicated, it will not be
immediately. DETROIT, Mich.. Feb. 3.—(By I
case. A member of the state
iley general's force will also be at i Robert Burns, negro boy, by
Washington to oppose the attorneys j Hughes, county attorney, after the
of the Oklahoma Gas & Electric com- j jj0y ^arj been turned to the county by
The company persisted in violat-
ing the order and carried the case
through the state supreme court and ! boy was in one of the show windows
up the United States supreme court. 0f the Al Rosenthal store in an in-
Tbey maintain that the order was decent attitude as they passed. They
containing the raid.
e fact that Deputies who assisted In the rait
were W. V. Brown, R. O. Landon, O
„ I tained a bit of orange juice in the E. Wright. W. E. Downer and Char
today and charged with the murder. bottom Hhowed that Taylor had not lie Riggs. Lindsay and persona.
According to Adams statement the | been drlnk|ng by him8elf. charge of the raid.
man had been driven from the aj A mjuHm dollars will be spent if —
l°r bungalow several times at the. nece8gary solve the murder mys-
polnt of a revolver. , tery. Jesse L. Lasky of the Famous
It was reported throughout Holly- pi B_| allk 0rganiza„0n, said to
wood today that police had defi- . , „ , ,
nltely established that jealousy over . j' . t1, ,.H
Taylor's attentions to a woman was, heht ,letectlve br„,„8 the
Misa° \lary "Skater was | ""
homegafltheer \' P'- ^ '""era.
been given otit. She broke down and
Two white women charged that the
testified that he attracted their at-
tention by tapping on the glass as
they walked past the store. This
was at 10 o'clock Thursday night,
The boy was said to have been em-
ployed as a porter in the Rosenthal
TAHLEQUAH. Okla.. Feb. ?,. —
Shooting the gasoline feed pipe away
a sheriff's posse today brought to a store.
stop an automobile containing three , Police Officers Clark, Mitchell and
men suspeoted of participating in the i poster arrested the boy after com-
Park Hill bank robbery, seven ini c. 1 pjajnt been ma,ie at the police
here. ♦ •
rendered0" Thfe ' galas'their names | The negro in police court denied ; 8V***,0.n aKilinst th^m ,WJlich fo11
1 otiis curtis George Simon and Bus- j that he w as guilty of any such "in- ed their arrival last night.
tor Qn under decent attitude" as that in which the
' ladles declare they observed him.
"I have too much self-respect for
that," the boy said.
Crowd Hisses Satety Commis-
sioner ot Town.
NEWPORT, Ky., Feb. 3. - By U.
P.)—Twelve companies of national
guards, comprising 300 officers and
men, were on their way here today
as a result of Governor Fid win P.
Morrow's decision to send troops
back to Newport to take control of
t the strike situation.
Meanwhile, tank company No. 1 of
Covington, was stationed at the New-
port rolling mills, despite a detnon-
Not Kit gaged to lliin.
"No, I was never engaged to Mr.
Taylor, I regret to say." the youth-
ful actress said.
"Stories that 1 visited him at his
home on the afternoon of the day he
was murdered are absurd. I was at
my home reading a book.
"I have seen very little of him
since my return from Europe some
"He didn't have an enemy In the
world. He was too fine u man.
ire under way. Arrangements will
be in charge of the Motion picture
Directors' association, of which Tay-
lor was president.
A woman probably was responsi-
ble for the murder of Taylor, de-
tectives believed today.
This theory stood uppermost after
twenty-four hours of investigation.
Whether a woman actually stole
into Taylor's luxurious home and
shot him from behind as he sat at
his desk or whether a lover or rel-
ativo of some woman did the killing
Labor Peace Offer
Spurned by Pettee
Two hundred dollars was found se-
The Park Hill bank was robbed
ten days ago of approximately $500
in currency by three men, who es-
caped on horseback.
The problem America faces in the
same problem other coilutrles face.
Wi+hnttf q rlailv nrPRR flip immediately. DETROIT. Mich, Feb 3.— (By t Mr. Whiting Williams, in his recent
Without a daily■ inrcss, tne With Kenyon KOru, nd Norris go- p ^fter closing the field to bid- book,-Full rp and Fed I p-conveys
influence of the farm papers ing the leadership of the bloc may on the Lincoin Motors com- to the public bv word pictures the
and such dailies as go into tne shortly devolve upon Senator mc- .)any at jo a m. today. Federal Judge j conditions of British labor, and Ills
farmers' hands, will be used to Mary, Oregon, who probably would Tuttje ialer allowed two other bid- conclusions are, that unless, interna-
defeat the political struggle of become chairman of the agricultura ^ 1q put up c;ish deposits of $250.- t|„„ally speaking, more want
. . .. \ .. • i committee.
Advances of organized labor of Oklahoma City recently made to tin
chamber of commerce proposing a settlement of the open shop war wen-
rebuffed by a unanimous vote of the board of directors of the Oklahoma
Nearly a thousand persons gath- r^y ( ijarnjM.r 0f commerce in a letter made public by the trades council
ered at th * court house and marched j.'j-jday
to the home of W Case Thompasson, The trades council committee in reply to the renewed challenge has
safety commissioner. The crowd, | annonnced lhat ,n v.jr>w (jf (his ts#ct tlu, n^ht against the controlling ele-
composed of strike sympathizers. ment of the chamber of commerce will continue.
Jeered and hissed him. 'phe labor committee in offering its peace terms demanded the elimi-
"He's the nia^i who brought the nati0n of the open-shop division from the chamber of <■ nnterce and en-
troops back to Newport." some cried, dorsed a suggestion that "organized labor solemnly pled itself to punish
union members if found guilty of such acts ot viole;
acterlzed the printers and packery workers strike-
-pur- nr/ii CTIIPF ^labor committee was composed of Edgar I >
Int ntAL olUri Federation "i Labor; George H. Holman, J. a
brook and Ollle S. W ilson.
Following are the letters exchanged between th• •
the chamber of commorc
KTTKK'JS l.KTTKK. I
lolv,r 1 11T, fhp f^rmpr1:' committee. 000 ra(.h to qualify them for bidding created in tlie minds of the people
Libor, by lining up tne < McNary and Senator Capper. ka%- t tomorrow's sale. _ j of all nations, there will continue to
votes on the Side of capital. OQ. hinr members said, would be
: sas, bloc member?
Farmers understand the the logical candidates for chairman
working of Capital. They have
just gone through a deflation masters. What is more
process at the hands of capital, than that the two gj""ups iit;iu
and are not through with it should combine irf the political up cash deposit,
yet. struggle against the same eco-
Labor is now going through nomic force'.' TIhe only thing
this same struggle. Capital that can prevent this co-opeia-
and its press is going the limit, tion is the lack ol a a< i. p
Farmer and Labor are there- to counteract the poison of the
fore suffering from the dom- "advertising controlled farm
inatton of the same economic other newspapei^«
at tomorrows , —
The deposits were made by E. 1 too many people in Great Britain
Berger of the firm of Berger and whu cannot
Mitbun, attorneys, and J. B. Judson. al,y tind.
natural said to represent the Bank of Detroit pj,0 Leader wants every High
This makes three bidders in the Sch« ol student in the state to par-
field, Henry Ford already having put in its special prize c
Real wine and bottled-In-bond
whisky, which brought happy re-
membrances of the dear dead past,
was found by tbe purity squad Oklahoma City Trades and I«il>or J
a raid in the 1000 block on North council, Oklahoma City, Okla.:
Lee, they reported. Gentlemen: 1 he board of dlrec- j
There were sixteen gallons of jorH Qf tbe chamber of commerce
wine, two gallons of ordinary corn has today considered your request
whisky, and several bottles of ''an- for the elimination of tbe open shop 1
adian Club bottled-ln-bond, officers division from the ehamber of coiri-
ind any work to do of deelared.
Joe Schlebel was arrested and re
leased on bond of $1,000.
as have char-
esident of the
s, G. P. Lash-
NEW YORK. Feb. 3.—The attempt
to rescue a hat that had been blown
into the East river resulted today in
four men being pitched into the icy
for the best WH)-word essay on the
subjects WHA1 SHOULD UIKR-
If A DO WITH HKU SI RPI.IH
PHOD1 CTSi Perhaps Mr. Williams
suggests the correct remedy for Kng
land. We want the remedy for Amer- evening to the Eastern Star and Ma-
Ica. The contest closes February sonic clubs of the same school A
•jo. Send your essay to the Kssay , number of out-of-town visitors were
tt^.tor, Oklahoma Leader. J present.
By a unanimous vote, the board
refused to consider the rejection of
the open shop division and by an
CARVER SHRINE BANQUET .rru,ro%rrpW!1~:Mv'-
The chamber of commerce has
never fought tbe rlyht of labor to
organize, but It has stood, and does
stand, for the right of every indi-
vidual to work and support his fam-
of his membership in mittee has been directed to reply
The shrine club of the Carver
Chiropractic college gave a banquet
in the college auditorium Thursday
Mr. W. J. Pett i resident,
Chamber of rce,
Oklahoma City a.
Dear Sir: Your letter of Febru-
ary 2, advising the Oklahoma City
Trades and Labor Council of the
action of the board of directors of
the Oklahoma City Chamber of Com-
merce. with reference to the pro-
posal of the Council to eliminate the
eonditions that have caused indus-
trial strife in Oklahoma City, and
have prevented the co-operation be-
tween all interests in the city, so
necessary to its well-being, has been
recoived, and the undersigned ?om-
Continued on I'ase Five
Move Under Way for Congres-;;|
WASHINGTON. Feb. 3.—The Ana*
plenary session of the arms confer
. lie.- was called today by Secretarj2«|
Hughes to meet tomorrow at l<V3 e-J
A complete statement of the con*
ference's achievements probably wil®
be made by Secretary Hughes.
meeting tomorrow will be th#1
sixth plenary *ession "t the confer 'J
mi. • \. ctly twelve week^i
after tin* first meetin- of the enfer,J|
ence on November 12.
\1 ready a move Is under way
ongress to pass speedily a resolu-
tion partly carrying out tbe nava
limitation treaty by stopping all con-
struction work on American battle-
hip- This would ave the_ Ameri-
« iii taxpay< i more than JS.Ooti.ootl
lve new cases of smallpox
were reported in Oklahoma City Fri-m
day. according to commissioner o. s|
Public Safety, Bob Parman.
The new cases are not the viru-
HARDING TO BE SHOWN
BUDGET SYSTEM SAVINGSI,|
V -H1N<; ;■! IN Feb. 3 (By >'.s|
,) Reports showing savings ol
any millions of dollars through th^J
during the last stag]
months Will be made to President
Hnnling today when he attends the
seuii-annual meeting of the trastln
ALL SUITS GUARANTEED'J
bri< l. through the window of Le.
and took fouij
mthal advertised that the Fame
tered or exchanged without cost
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Ameringer, Oscar & Hogan, Dan. Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 148, Ed. 1 Friday, February 3, 1922, newspaper, February 3, 1922; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109664/m1/1/: accessed January 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.