Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 12, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 19, 1916 Page: 1 of 12
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VOL. XII NO. L'9
Tl'liSA OKLAHOMA. Tlll'K'SDAV. OCTOUKU 1!). IJMti.
AID OF AMERICA
111 WAR CRISIS
Thousands Appeal to Lega-
tion nd Protest Against
Marines March Through
fctrt ets of Athens With
AT! I ENS. (id. 17. (Via London
i 'it. is i After til-; demonstra-
tion here again! (Iip cut' v.'.v st! lit s elur-
ing which a proe'ession of .several
thousand persons marehed to th
Ameriean legation ami protested
against tht landing of French marines
a dt legation of six pfi'seins railed i;t
the American legation and presented
resolutions asking the sympailiv a ml
proteetion t.f tile t'lliteil States ugl'illst
the encroachment: of Hie entente
powi is. The rpeikesinnn said in Eng-
iish. in pn-senting the rcM-luiinn :
"lleiirv Clay's Kpivoh in icgard to
(ireeve's rtruegle for liherty. as w-II
as diih 1 1 v J'aiiiel Webster said the
rtri'gglc would have been made mean-
illness if the libi'itics id' Greece had
I'een siibsciicntly lost."
The Aiiurhuii minister. Oarrctl
Droppers promised to forward the
petition to Washington.
There were al.out five thousand
persons tu the" crowd which marched
' the Aimrican legation last night
earning huge American and lireck
flags. Recent reports puhlished III
Or ' k iiewspapers that an American
J'let t of thiity warships was on th-
way to (Ireece inspired tile crowd to
insist on -veing Mr. Hoppers although
the legation remained dark the dour
war closed and no one enrwered the
bell. For several hours the fruitless
attrmpt to gain a hearing at the lega-
tion way continued with repeated
cheers for the Fi-iteel States.
Wall Ii Adiiiinistratii n.
Cnknown to the crowd the Ameri-
can minister and the legation secre-
tary were watehing the demonstra-
tion from windows of the American
club d'rectly opposite.
When it was seen at last that no
response could oe Ii id at the time
from the legation a committee In-
cluding an Knehsh speaking Orci'k
tiatned Kilkis lormi'ily from Missis
sipni was firmed to wait upon Mr.
J'ropp'r today and bog him to put the
rase of (ireece hefore the American
After the demonstration la fore tliu
American lcg.it ien the crowd ro.i-
OrXTlXl Kl ON VMiH TWO
RIGHT TO BALLOT
Only Nine Days Remain for
Unregistered to Take
N'l.Y nine more days to rcj;istcr.
The ten-day registration
bctian yesterday and there was a sub-
stantial gain in t lie Republican lists'
during the day.
itCKistration at this time is re-
stricted to those who have attained
their majority since the regular
registration period in May those who
by lonmh of resilience have become
lecnl voters since that time or those
wlio were out of the county durint
me. lui iuer period.
.Must Appoint ( locks.
I'ersona residing in precincts 7 and
11 can not register before tomorrow.
The former precinct registration
clerks ot those precincts have re-
signed und County Uegistrar Wallace
has not yet appointed their succes-
sors. This will probably be dono
today. Following is a list of the other
I'reclnit No. 1 W. W. Dunn Sil-
ver Moon cafe Kirst and Cincinnati.
I'reelnct No. 2 U'O Quinn court-
house residence 2L'l West Cameron.
l'rccinet No. 3 K. Jj. McOreevy
Central fire station.
I'reelnct No. 4 .1. W. Shields. Ok-
lahoma hotel. East Second street.
l'rccinet No. 5 V. O. Williamson
residence tin ft South lloston.
l'rccinet No. K. T. I.andstreet
courthouse residence Wellington
l'rccinet No. 7 J. C. Miller resi-
dence 60S South Iienver.
Precinct No. ft W. T. Kelly resi-
dence 412 North Cheyenne.
l'rccinet No. 10 Fred Kitchen
room Ul Iteeder building.
Precinct No. 12 K. It. Hayes resi-
dence ItU!) Fast Third.
Precinct No 13. S. i: Mnxov
courthouse resilience 1421 South
Precinct No. 14 Allen Few resi-
dence 144ii South Carolina.
Precinct No. 1 (i. L. Wilder
Tulsa Motor Car company 722 South
Precinct No. lfi J. S. Shaver
courthouse residence 710 South Kl-
wood. Precinct No. 1 7 F. F. Iteber store
In West Tulsa.
"Precinct No. 13 H. W. Cody store
liOl .south Alain.
Precinct No. 19 W. E
denee 3 111 South Victor.
Precinct No. 20 C K.
. Davis resl-
Precinct No. 21 Q. ft. Cloud
SI'ocli y northeast part of city. .
WHOLE SOUTH FEELS
TWO DISTINCT SHOCKS
Rllll.IM.S SIIUiEN DOWN IX
SOME IXSTAXC I.S HI T OVM-
;i: was vi:hy slight.
Low Itaiomcii leal Pressure is (ihon
ll.V EHTt-i ns ltelng Ciiue
ATLANTA Oct. IS. Two distinct
earthquake shocks that in some in-
stances shook frame buildings and
knocked chimneys down were fell
through rieoru'i.'i and eastern Alahama
and Toi'iiessce shortly after 4 o'clock
this tf tot noon. From all points dam-
age was reported as negligible except
around RirminghaiTt and Mnntgmm ry
where it nppiared to consist of damage-
to chimin ys. Many persons how-
ever tan from their homes here and
in other southern cities.
The tionior was not felt at any point
east of a suhu't) of Augusta Oa. ac-
cording to reports tonight.
(.'. I". ' cm Herrmann section direc-
tor of the local t'nited States Wen'hef
bureau here said there generally wis
believed to be n connection between
e:i rt hqual.es similar to the one today
and low barometric pressure such as
existed along the gulf coast durliiK to-
day's hurricane there.
MAKE RICH HAUL
Hold Up Centralia National
Bank in Broad Daylight
and Get $3000.
WAS NO BLOODSHED
Officials Are Made to Lie
Down Until Currency
I as Been Secured.
CENTUALI A Okla. Oet. IS.
Three bandits today entered the
First National bank of Centralia
ordered four officials and two custo-
mers of tne bank to Ho down on the
floor with their face downward
rifled the cash drawer and vault of
approximately $8000 and then locked
the six men in th.o vault and escaped
in :in automobile occupied by a fourth
Two of the three robbers who
entered tho bank were armed with re-
volvers and the third witli a rifle.
Tho man armed with the rifle stood
guard near the door while tho fourth
remained in the automobile. One of
tho robbers is said to have had his
.Made to I.ic Down.
As one of the bandits stepped to the
counter he leveled a revolver at the
bank officials and commanded them
to lie on the floor with their face
downward. After taking all (lie
money in the cash drawer one of the
men went into the vault and robbed
the safe placing the loot in a sack.
While the robbery was in progress the
customers entered the hank and they
were compelled to lie on the floor.
When the bandits had emptied the
safe in the vault they commanded the
lour officials and tho two customers
to march into the vault. The vault
door was then locked and the robbers
left the building and Jumped Into the
A store clerk saw the bandits leav-
ing the bank building and suspecting
robbery entered the bank and re-
leased the six men from the vault. A
posse was then organized and the
audits tracked 12 miles the trail
finally becoming lost and t lie chase
WOULD WAGER $200
ON ONE CANDIDATE
With tho election but three weeks
elf intcrist in the county campaign
is growing dally. For awhile it was
f"ared that the presidential and con
grc-sional races would overshadow
the local fight but the aggressive cam-
paign being waged by every candidate
Mi both dciiiiiiniit tlckcU: has re-
sulted In ii widespread interest in tho
That the chan.es for Republican
victory In tho county are cxeeedlngl
bright Is the belief of politicians of
both partiis who admit that thero is
polng to ho much "scratching" and
that there is it likelihood of u "mixed
ticket" bring ele-ted
one prominent Ttilsnn last night of-
fered to wager f200 that C K. Ilabl-
wln tho Kepubllcan candidate fur
county attorney would bo elected over
his opponenent Oeorfu Keive. (he
liomocrtt'k' nominee. Jlo bellevrn
Itn'dwln will bo elected by n majority
of from ven hundred to rlnht hun-
dred votes and Is willing to bai k his
Judgment with $200 In cash whle'i
lie will put up Bgulr.st a bln.lhir sum
and not ask for odds
Ho Is reliable and moan buslni.
Anyone desiring to "coer" th"
umount may satisfy their lor.Klnir by
.altlntr tlio editorial department of
The World before norm today.
This Is not a ' bunk'' stoiy nor Is It
written merely to create campaign
"thunder" for p.aldwin who H not
Hint tvnn nf rnndlilntn. Mone" talk i
OBEY CITY DADS
Cars Stopped at Midnight
When Limiting Ordi-j-ance
INTEND TO SHOW TO
CITY NEED OF CARS
Decision ('nines When Coin-niis.-ioncrs
THE Jitneys have inU. IMtlor
than antagonize the city admin-
istration every litneur ill Tulsa went
out of b.isim.'ss at 1- o'cicck last
tdsht. The new ordinance limiting the
number of passengers to be carried
by a lni'.v at anv time to two more
than the registered opacity of the
car became cfieitive at that time.
This irorning hundreds of persons
ii hi have been accusicioed to rule
down town in jitneys will be c mi-
ddled to either no afoot to the bosi
Iks. district or walk io the nearest
K'reet car line. .Ins: how long the
demonstration of tie jitney driwis
will last is problematical as they say
it decptuis upon the nambcr and
force of protests lodged with the com-
missioners. A contest of the jitnev ordinaice
will not be made In the courts as
previously threatened by the jitney
men. Instead they believe a suspen-
sion of all Jitney set" ice will have
r. uieater effect on the city coiuniis-
sioners. A parade of all the jitney
through the down-town streets will bo
held till.' morning.
Hope that a peaceable policy would
pain more than an upon fight against
the ordinance was given the Jitney
operators yesterday In conferences
Mayor PbTimons and Finance Commis-
sioner Hrink. According to the Jitnev
men they were told that a new or.
din'.nce may lie cons-dered by the
Operators of jitneys declare that
the ordinance passed last Frid:y
solutelv destroys their business. He-
sides limiting the number of passen-
gers to what they declare would no!
I ermil them to operate at a profi'
the ordinance provides other restric-
tions. All diivers are reunired to pay
an annual license fee nf $7.". paab"
penii-annually and pass a physical ex-
amination. At a meeting of the Jitney union
Monday night it was decided to apply
for an injunction to restrain city
officials from enforcing the new ordi-
nance. The matter hung fire all Tues-
day and part of Wednesday but yes-
terday noon an agreement was reach-
ed not to apply for the restraining
"We believe the citizens of Tulsa
want the jitneys" said Secretary Carl
Mnupin of the Jitney union last night.
"It Is impossible for us to operate
our ears and not lose money under the
regulations of the new ordinance" ho
81 Cars in City.
There are 84 jitney cars in Tuls.i
and more than one hundred drivers
are engaged in the work. One-fourth
of the jitneys run on Admiral boule-
vard. Among the other districts served
are North Main and v irth Denver
Itostnn and Maple Kidge Carson
South Denver und West Tulsa.
The jitney men believe stopping all
of their cars will be the most effective
means of combating the new regula-
tion. They expect a prompt protest
to the citv commissioners from tho
persons who will be inconvenienced by
the discontinuance of the jitneys.
The Jitney question will probably
come before the commissioners again
at the meeting tomorrow morning. All
of the Jitnours are planning to attend
and they say they will have a delega-
tion of citizens there to protest so that
there will remain no doubt In the
minds of the commissioners that tho
Jitneys are really wanted.
SAYS INDIAN RACE
WILL BE WIPED OUT
Kcv. C. I. Hall ITcdlcts That Inter-
marriage Willi Whiles Will
Eradicate J teds.
MINNEAPOLIS Minn. Oct. 18.
Rev. C. L. Hall of North Dakota for
two score years a missionary on tho
Fort I'.erthold reservation declared In
an address before tho Ameriean Mis-
sionary association today that the
Indian and white races will bo com-
pletely merged through IntermurriaEO
within the next nrty years.
"Despite tho fact that tho Indian
birth rato is rising una tho death rate
falling off 1 bcllevu that the Indian
race will have disappeared fifty year
from now" tho speaker said
"Intermarriage between wliltcs and
reds rapidly is Increasing and with the
absence of tho stigma which attaches
Itself to Inttrniarrlagu of certain other
races. Tho only objectionable feature
lies in the fact that many whites are
n allying Indians to obtain tlu.lr
shaics of tribal wealth lint this too
Is hurrying tho amalgamation."
Pl.AX roj I'AsliKlllAI.I TEAMS
Sot-Mies nt Kendall Forming Tcnnn
for Coming Indoor SeiiMiit
The Sequoyah CuWopian rhllo
and Wthslir societies at Kendall
c dirge m o now forming basketball
teams which will play one another
i' nil otttsldo teams. Luter In the year
each class expects to form one boy
ind one eli Is basketball team which
will constitute a league. The Kendall
college has ono of tho best gym floors
In the Mate and the students are de-
kri'.incd to gut the usn of l'.
More days to
CONFER IN TOLSA
More Than L'OO Mt'iiilicrs of
MANY QUESTIONS UP
Is First Time in History
That Convention Leaves
Till" advance guard of Oklahoma
Employers" association w liii h is
to hold its annual convention in 'I'.i'sa
on Friday arrived in this city cslcr-
d::v afternoon bringing reports that
toe annul. nice at the Tulsa inciting
E. C. Mil. I.S nr NKW YOIIIC
without doubt would be tho greatest
ill the history of the organization.
Harvey W. Fei Riisoii. editor and
Harry V. Kahle business manager of
The Employer the official (oiirna) of
the o. F. A. arrived to make prepara-
tions for the conve ntion and Pj ar-
range the' stage for the work "vhiih
is to no hefore the assembly l-'Lie'ay.
The asseieiation rcpresi'iitH the em-
ployers of labor in the- state and an
aiiiioiinceini'iit made through tho offi-
edal organ In Issuing a eall for the
e'linventlon in Tulsa state's that the
meeting will be lilli'd with ''Leission
((IM'IM Kli ON" I A ( J K m i;
(i'.y eil.FNN Ce I.VDON.)
The I'liUcd State's his had 27
presidents. Seven have served
two term:! nine one- term eight
l"ss than one term and three more
than one term but less than two.
The next president will go into
offie'e March 4. 1017.
In the election em Novcinbe'r
7 voters -n the 4S states will ex-
pri'ss their choice fcr prcslde'iit.
Women a- well as men will vote
In Wyoming. Coloraelo Washing-
ton. T'tah. California Idahei
Arizona Kansas. Oregon. Ni'vada
Montana and Illinrls.
The names of the pros Idon! ial
candidates will not appear on the
ballots. Voters e.f Oklahoma
will vote on presidential I'lee tors
ten In number whose names will
appear at the top of c-aeh party's
ballot. Hy voting for the elir-
teirs you vote for the presidential
candidate of your choice.
On January S 1'J17 the elec-
tors will meet and vote dlrei'tly
on their choice for president.
Tho Republican elei tors will veito
for Iluahes the Democratic elec-
tors for Wilson etc.
IF YOf AUK A I.ffiM
V'Trit l'T NOT ItEt.l6!.
TEHI 1) AMI ni stiti; TO I'AK-
VII IPATI. IV Till. NOVI MItl II
:il"(HOV VOt Ml 'ST lill.IS.
TElt IIY IK'KI'.I It 7. THE
HOOKS AUi: NiiV Oi l IV
AM IMtECIM TS. 1 11 OS E
1 Ml.Iltl.l' TO KH.ISTEft NOW
AUE I'lltxT VOTEP.S. THOSE
WHO AUE II Ii OK Ol T OE TIM'.
MTV nruiNt; tiii iti in i.xu
ItEOISTH VIIOV N WW AMI
'jiiosi: who ni: Mio.ME
VdTl ltS P.Y H 1. S I I I : N I E
SIM E THE MAY HI OIVI HX-
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OTIII II SINCE YOE IH (.I-
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UEIillltXH WHO ISSIEI) IT
JOYor Oil HIS SCCCEhSOH
AM IMVi: HIM NOTE ON ITS
I'VE THE EVIT TIIM YOE
II WE MOVED. THEN ThE
THE (T HITIICAIi: Till S
M IMEI. Til THE HEI.IS.
TUMI IN THE Pit I ' INI T
Mlll lll'' YOr NOW LIVE AND
HE Will ISS1E YOE A NEW
ONE INIITIINi: Vol TO
VOTE ON NDVEMIIEU 7. THE
IIMdilS Wll I CLOSE OX OCTO-
PI It ST SO IX) IT .NOW!
I'V .tinl.. VMM ft
Two re Killed Several
.lioats Are Sunk and
IJiiildiiiU's I est roved.
SUFFERER TO DATE
Moliile Xew Orleans and
Smaller Towns Also
Share in Damage.
PENS A Co I A. Fla int. Is- Sev-
eral vcsse'ls m the harbor here'
sunk numbers of small e r.il't. suffered
diuuage and one' life was lost In '.h
leriil'ic tropii'al hulriiane' lh.it swed
Ihri'iigh hi'i'i' I ida.e at one fine reai'ti-
iiuv a I'eloe'ity of 111 inibs i.n hour.
I'ropertv Jainai:e in I 'e'tis.icol.i itseir
l as online. I e biedlv to i ool's being
blow n off and plate- glass w iralt.vvs 'p'-
stroe'el licports from the I'nite il Slate's navv
ae-ri n.autic station iie-ar here weie- lo
1 1 1 effect that it escapi'd with eoli"
.aratie'!y little' daiiiam' the newiy
e'oi: pb led pe-rtnaucnl hangars having
e it bstood I he ga me'.
The storm. houe'Wr. wa-- said to
have causi'd some' eiamage' lo inai'liine':.
at the ua'V ae-l e.plalle' sialloll but the
fleiatmg elillgiblc shed was stmng
enough to withstand tie- r..'' w lib u
ean.e in siiili tirril'ii-
gi'sts .hat ill I'ensai'ola
e'-al pe'rsons tliroiigii
il bl w sev-
winelows in the down-town distrbl
a id e-ariie-ei away the v.cailier obse'r-
vii t mii tower on top eif a high build-
ing The bai omi'le r i ea:isli i cd 'Jlt.ii."
.lusi bi'feire all Inslriime uts were' put
out of commission.
CeieiU Is Wille-el
Oaniil Colib cook on the small
s'i'aiiio l-'lande-rs whie-h war rcporle'd
sunk twei mile's freuu iie-re was the
i:nly pe rson known to bale been kille'd.
The crew of the' l lalnli i s v.as brought
to 'his city tonight. None of Ihes"
In f uri il here are beliow d to be'
Shipping ilainage. besides that to
humorous sin ill boats 'met fishing
craft anil the I'lanelers. inchi.lid the'
I'liiing 'oge'ther if t lw NoruegliM
bark Oaklanels of K!iS tons anil the'
4'IS-tou stra mi r .1. E. Dnbignoii. which
recently was dainageil and which was
be-ing eeiiiverte'el into a barge- he're1.
Hoth siiffe-ii-d elamagi' whiih could
not be aceairati'ly eb-se-ribe'd tonight.
Three fishing schootie-rs were' elrivcii
ashe-re anil tlie' Kussiati bark Alli.vn
went adrift in the bay but was ri'-coven-l.
Shi' is a ve sse l eit 1 . t it : tons.
The' small se'heioni'f Amy Vixon in
tow of Ihe l-'lanui'ts. brokee loose' and
hail not beam ai'e'euinti'd fur tonight.
It was not known how many nun
NEW ORLEANS Oet. I. With
Mobile reporting that that city hail
come safedy through the tropieal hur-
ricane whli h swe pt inland from the)
Hull of Mexico early toelay and other
points on the celge' ef or in the' path
eef the' storm lll'llld from re-ports we-re'
anxiously awaited tonight from I'e-nsa.
cola which hail lni'ii cut off from
wire e-i mi ii i u 1 1 i im 1 1 on since about S'
o'l-loed. this morning. Mobih-'s report
of having expe'rie ne-i-il a wind that i
reae'heel a maximum velocity of 110
mile's caused fears that I'ensai'ola
whie-h also apparently was in e.r near
the I'enti'r eif the hurricane' had been
visite-el by a storm eipmlly as seve-ro
as that which awept over the lower
part ef Alabama.
Mobile Cut Dir.
Mobile was cut off from coiiiiniinici-
tion for abenil two hours while the'
storm r.igeel furiously there. Re-porN
lute today istimatiii the damage in
Motiib' e-lt". fxe'ltisivo id sliip'iing at
aboet tl.linfl. A negro woman was
kilb l bv a live win' but there' we re
no further re pents if e-asua It u-s in tin'
eit". . Two rivi'i st'-nnie-rs we-ro sunk
there a schooner anil nnothi'r steamer
CONTINt Kll ll" I'MiK TIVK
BUGGr RIDE HAS
Dim- Mve;rs Sbools Mrs. .lull.i Cnnie'e).
Driies About Toun ami Thru
OKLAHOMA CITV. Hit. y. Re-
cause she refused to accompany li'm
on a I u;rgv rifle-. Have Myers about la
years old today shot and seriouslv
wounded Mrs Julia Carried and thru
committed suli'lde by sheiotlug him-
self. The woman was taken to a bos.
pital where It wus said Per condition
Mrs. Carrlco Is said to be the wife
nf an employe of the Missouri. Kan-
sas & Texas railroad. She knew M'.ers
befrue she anil CarrP-o were' enartied
she said. (
Mis. Carrlco according pi her story
airreeej to go with Myers after she was
shot. Sheriff Hliibm of Oklahoma
county when Informed eif the shoi't-
Ing. started in put suit of the couple'
anil when captured Myers it is siiel.
.'hot once into the air and then Uiileel
himself. He died instantly.
PI)I.I E VICTIM IS It 1.1 T E It
l ittle- Sem of City Drtrrtlvc (.alnlng
Slowly of Dlrllil HIhiiM'
The eonelltl in e.f .la n.c.i I'id.i.u-i . l.
the 1 months old e liilo afflict. with
Infantile par:'lsis i-e.iit ' --. ni te- Im-
prove ycste rdi.v. Tin child will !""-
cue r. the atte ailli.g physli i-ip s.'iy.
uttbss coinpllcatii ns vet Pi. 'I he in-
fant Is a son eif Clt-.- ecti.-tiic :r.'ii
I'lll.-inctoo ;.nd Mrs I'llkln-ioo tr;
BOWMAN DIVORCE SUIT
OCCUPIED THE STAGE
DI'EENDWr IN t SE ll ( ll:l s
SUE MA I It WS M Ui:iED
TO M N W IIO IS SI l(
Marring (in ivil'or Itui Minis-
te-r Musi Decide Wbcllr Woman
Is Hie One'.
The' meet uliar elivoree case cve'r
tried in Tulsa county is scheilulcl lo
begin this morning before' juelgei
I hiekinrnlge of the superior court It
is Ihe- suit brought In Theodore I'ali-
nii'Ve'r against Mrs. Ka Marl.' Fisher
Itowiiian iihoiu hi' claims is his wile.
Mrs. Ilowman ele'iib's that si' was
cve'r inirrii'd to I'ahmrycr.
Mrs. I low ina n's attoriii'is slate they
anticipate little difficulty in iiii.iing
that the ib-fendanl was ne-le.- .Mrs.
I'ahnicvi-r. The plaintiff. liowe"..'r in-
sists that he and Mis. Row man -ere
married in July of last year at Fort
Tin-re is n doubt thai a m.irilage
lici'iise was issued about that tune in
Fort Siiiiih to Theodore Rahnie'vcr
and a "Mrs. Fiu .Marie Fish"- 1 '.-
man." .lust who this Mrs. Ilowinan
was remains a inisteri. The lesti-
" "! of an Episcopal' minister who
performed the eeicnionv is ex'ie.'li'il
lo be lb chief factor 111 lleleMiii'img
Mrs. Cowman Is the' widow i f R. C.
Cow mail a foi iui'r ele'puty t'. S.
marshal w ho was killed ii iule on
duty near I lart b'si ille. She was
awarded $l.i;ill by till' t'lele'la I goM'I'll-
tni'iit for Hie hiss of her husband. :.ml
also ow lis consiiiera ble prope't-iy in
Tulsa county. With be-r two epiloren
she- rcsidi's at Till South Houston.
VOTE FOR HUGHES
MEANS REAL PEACE
Nominee Tells Kalamazoo
Folks He Will Maintain
HE ASSAILS WILSON
Fed-ral Reserve Dill Ttm-
tains Defects Which
Should He Removed.
r AI.AMAZ' to. Mich. i-r 1s.
Charli'S E. Hughe's tobl an nuili-
1'iie'o In the' arniorv be'ie1 tonight that
a i ot i' for him. far from being; a veite
for war lui'aiit a vote for (lie main-
tenance of AiuiTican rights and that
whi'n A inerii'a ns went abroael lawfu'ly
lei furthe r Aiiu rii an i nti-ririsi-a they
should go with Ihe "bucking of Ihe
The nominee assailed the- adminis-
tration for its foreign policy for its
i-laiin thai It had aidi'el business for
the' Fnili'i wood tariff for alli";e;l fail-
ure (o observe Ihe merit system In
making appoint ineiils anil for extrav-llgalle'e-.
lie' eli'e-la rea the' present ieis-
perily of the' country ti'mpuiary ami
due to the' European war. Tie: (e'd-
eral re si'i ve bill hi' said "givin ; cred-
it whi le' credit was elue'" was largely
the' result of the re pent eif the Repub-
lican mone'tary e'enninitti'e' an I e-oii-talned
"ele'fe-e'ls which should ho ro-
Illeil l el."
I ol'll'i ts ipillilalieul.
Mr. Hughes aiso took invasion to
e-orreei a mis'piot.'ition in the ejf:'ie'ial
transcript of his sie-e-ch at eimih'i ill
whie-h In- w is iiioted as saying that
the administration had not I arifiiMl
the aidl trust act but bad added a
Mr. Hughes said he had not usee!
the' ivotels "fakee phrase'." but that ln
said the' phrase was a vague ph-asc.
CITY CLUB GETS
DOWN TO LABORS
I'erni'inent officers of the ne wly or-
vanie'd e'ity club were' seleetcd last
night at a me'e-ting of the boarel ef
goiernors of that organization (lerorge
I'. Clack ive'll-kiiiiivn oil iuoel uceT
i lias se-lected as the first pcrmaneTit
prcsidi'iit with I.. W. Rook first vicej-
pi e-siile nt; I'r. Charli'S Elans of Ken-
flail eeillcL-e se-eenid vice president; R.
M. I'uiily secretary anil W. E. (Sor-
1 eion. tre asuri'i".
Ti e nieeting of the boaid of gover-
nors was be lli in lc ofliee's eif W. V.
! Cielilisein one e.f the board. Fnder the
e onstitutlon aelopted last week the
I office-is wen- to be se lecte d from the
board e.f govi'rnors by the; board of
govea noi s.
The pri'siib'tit first vlee-pri'sident.
! secre tary and two other memihi'rs to
Ihe seh'cted y the' offieers will serve
is hc executive committee id the
club i'ei nianent committe es w ill be
The next nii'fting of the club will
be- held In the grillroom of Hotel
Tub a lit 1 :! : 1 1 Saturday. 1'rofcssor
Mel only of Kendall college will be
tiii- pilnclpnl speaker.
The- boarel eif govea nors after a lit-
tle eliscussiin yesterdav elecldeil te)
open the civic wink of the club by
j giving a batnpiet to the Kendall col-
; !i gi- football train at the' end of the
i si asein as a murk of appreciation for
i the "ph mild work done by ihe e leven
I this year.
A RAG RATHER
THAN BIG STICK
ltoose'velt Asserts That the
President Has l!een
NO PROTECTION FOR
Has Shown Whitt? l-'eathor
in All Dealings Willi the
Mexican ( iovt riinielit.
LOEISVIM.E. K.v. Oct. 1 S. Assert-
ing that for three years there had
been "no protection 0r our cilia-ns
abreiad" Theodore Reiose ve'P In an
address lie ri tonight on behilf eif
Charles Ilimhes Republican nom-
inee' for president assade-d I lit- ' ourso
of I'lesidi-nt Wilson in ilea ling with
Mexico ami his conduct of the coun-
try's foreign affairs.
"It combined lofty promise and
roinph'lei failure' III pel loriiiane'e. It
consisted o words which wi'i" nulli-
fied y devils" r snid in summing up
his vie'iv eif th presldi'iit's eoeirs !.
Elite-ring Ke nliickv In the pui'ii ion.
Coloiied Rooseli'lt delile're-d more
than a elozeti rcar-platforiu aeldriMseH
be'fore re-aching l.oiusi iile'. Crossing
the- Ohio river at emi'lnn-iil. his
course' took him almost to the Trn-
iii'ssn. line'. At I'arls and Cynthia ho
tohl his a iiillcnccs he was glad to bee
In Kentiukv where if II was iiee-es-sary
"the people were' not too proud
The' Louisville spi'e e h Is as follow":
At the eiutset of my speech 1 wish
to point out. as I have edse-wlte-re
poiiitr.1 out that the' doctrine now
otti'ii advanced as to the Impropriety
of e'ritie'lsing the pre'sident without
any ivgnrel as lo whither the critl-
I'ism is or is not Just has no warrant
either ill history or on grounds of
public morality. Andrew .lai'kson. In
a message to the se-nate' on April Hi
ls'il put the case exactly us It should
be pal. lie sil ill :
"The' pri siili tit Is accountable at the
bar of public opinion for every iie't of
tits ailiiiiuistratton. Subjevt only te
the ii'stralnls of truth and Justice the
free' people eif the I lilted State's have
tin' iiiiiloiibted right as individuals or
collectively orally or in writing at
sue'h time's and in such language anel
form as thev may' thing proper to elis-
e'uss his offie'ial conilue't and express
ami pi omiil'.'ate I lull opinions con-
This lays down the law that should
be lolloiie el. There must be truth and
justice' in all that is saiel of the pre'si-
dent nr of an.ione else; but le-s.-t than
(llNTINTI'.ll ON 'A(!K 'I K.N
At No Point AIoikj; Line
Hoes Ilerlin Claim
APPARENTLY the Rumaiiiatis
have been suci'cssf ill at least
ti'iiiior.irily in stopping iho aelvanco
of the Ti'iilonie allies all along their
bonier. At no point along the- line
does cither Ilerlin or Vienna claim
fresh suee-esses against tho Ruman-
ians while the Ruediari'st war office
asse'fts that the treiops of King Ferell-
nand at various points have repulsed
the attii'ks of the 'teutonic allies in-
flie ling hcaiy losses em them and cai-
luring niiinbcrs of their officers and
Violent fighting is still in progress
in (ialie-ia wiii'ie on the- Naraiuik.l
front the; I'.avarians have stormed a
Russian position and capture'el 3a0
n i'ii and 1 machine guns. Ilerlin as-
se'rs thai west of the Lutsk in 'ol-
liyria following the' repulse) of t ho
Russians the troops eif Kmpi'i-or Nich-
olas hair not re-tHi'ticd to the fray anil
are iru ri'ly bombarding the Teutuniu
I re in II Make- (.ulns.
Cfith north and south of the Sommo
the Ftvnrh troops hale' maele fre'sh
gains. The village of Sailly-Saillisel
is now riitire'ly in tlii'ir hands and the
tlerinans bai.; bee-u dril'e'll from the
hills inn tiniest and northe'ast. (lieT
a front of a mile senith of the riier
between La Maisoiii'tte and l:iaches
the Ocrnian first line dcle-nses have
liea'ti driie-n back hi' the l-'reneh.
East of Thiepial gains by liritisli
tiorth of (lueuileceiurt and near Cuttei
lie Warb'iieoiirt are! ri'Cordcd by the)
Leiiidoii war ed'fiee.
Paired e'ne'ountcrs anil bennharel-
nn nts fitting the fighting in Mae'e-
In the Anstr-i-Itallan theater tho
Italians are' another step forivaril In
t he'ir advance' In Trentino. having
broki'ti the Austiian line- bciween I'os-
niagtion and Roite anel also taUeu a
e'emiiiiaiidiug tiosition oil Mount I'as-
ublo. (ireece still remains a center of In-
terest ns the result of the' landing ef
cute nte allied marine's nt I'irnens ami
Alliens. Fresh ilcmoiistrations ef bit.
ti'tness I'V the' Creek populace against "
the marine's have been shown and tho
situation still remains tense-. An ap-
peal ilrawn up at a mi'eting of ( i reek
at Athens has been handed to the
American mlniste-r for transmission te
Washington. It asks the American
people "to avert the subjugation of
those who de-sire onlv to re'inain free".
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