Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 294, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 24, 1913 Page: 1 of 20
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TI'LSA A ntf. H3.--The toiniwr.
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A WAY OUT IS SUGGESTED
Would Dismiss Charges li'inrt Thau
to Vermont and 1'iglit Out
jKxlriidiliou J lieu.
fsHERRROOKI' Que. Am;. 23.
Hurry K. Thaw squabbling with the
JJiiinliiiim'H leading lawyers retained
to prevent Ills return to tin- Matlca-
wiui Mate hospital fur Hie Insane
from which lie cscnp-il last Sunday
morning tonight apparently was as
llllich ill igtloranrc (if tllf next IllnVO
III hi.s case us tli" casual idler around
the Shcrhronke Jail.
Kor two hours hi i tinsel confer-
red this afternoon debnliiiK whether
they would produce Thaw in court on
u writ of habeas corpus next Wed-
nesday or abandon I i
hr him to the immigration authori-
ties and countenance 1 in deportation
to Vermont u procedure to which it
was said here the Immigration officers
had UKreed. '1'he two hour talw was
preceded hy a Conference with Thaw
us to his preference lait it resulted
in no definite decision.
W alt l or O'Maia s rriul
Thaw was loquacious domineering
and it was decided to await the i.r-
rival hero of Roger O'Maia of Pitts-
burgh Thaw's detect tvc-giiu rdm n.
According to the understanding
here he will arrive tomorrow nii;ht.
Never in the history of ouehec
province of the liouiinion of I'aiiada
has such a legal snarl heeii before
In hrief Thaw is liehl on a com-
mitment charging him wiili being a
fugitive from M ai tell vv a n where "he
was confined on-a criminal charge."
Tins Is an error. Ariiiitted of Stun-
ford White's murder on the grounds
of insanity he was held there ou no
charge hut as a lunatic.
Both sides have admitted that the
commitment Is defective and it was
conceded that he would be released
on the writ when arraigned. Why
not UieuTlmw.'s law) ers were asked
in effect hy rmfTilgratinn authorities
cancel as It were all your objections
to his being held turn him over to
us. have ti hearing at Coatioook
where he was llrst locked up after
crossing the border and we will de-
port him to Vermont? It will then
he up to New York state to extradite
Wuiil l lnal Verdict.
Hut the agents of the Immigration
authorities here are subordinates and
Thai's lawyers believe that the tinal
decision in the mutter of deportation
will come from the minister of the
Interior who at present Is In Van-
couver. Facing such a predicament
it was sail tonight that the proceed-
I riM hearing would he heard Wednes-
day. Another possibility was suggested.
Thaw would come Into court plead
not guilty to the present charge and
demand trial. This it was said
might not take place until the Oc-
"How about It " Thaw was asked.
"Wait for Roger" he said.
Jerome Arriten Today.
O'Mnrn was thus literally the miss-
lng keystone In the Thaw forces to-
night and William T. Jecnio Thaw's
old enemy and presenter was the
missing link of the New York forces
It was said that Jerome retained
hy the New York attorney general's
department would arrive Sunday.
Thaw did not appear particularly
dis'urt cd wehn tohj Jerome was hur-
rying here. "Ho Willie's coming" he
said "l-'or once In my life I have
lawyers who have no tremendous
amount of ability but I am able t
confer with them. I have never had
a lawyer except I'elmas and maybe n
couple of others who were worth
over VI 5 a day.
"A clloue of Stanford White's
friends have always pursued me and
(Combined on page 7.)
CURRENCY Bill. IS RUSHED
l's-t Money Reform Measure to He
Hack in the House Next
WASHINGTON Aug. 23. The
house democratic caucus progressed
so rapidly today with the administra-
tion currency bill that when adjourn-
ment until Monday was taken 17 of
the 51 pages had been disposed of
and there were predictions that three
or four days more might prove suf-
ficient to complete consideration of
the bill. The banking and currency
committee then will lose no time In
reporting the bill to the house
where a Week or fortnight of dlscus-
slnn may follow.
The caucus rejected after a hard
Id niggle an amendment hy Repre-
sentative Murray of Oklahoma to In-
rrnse the number of members of
federal reserve bunk from seren to
nine the vote being 47 to 100. A
proposition of Ilepresentatie Harri-
son of Mississippi to Include the an-
nual dlldend of shareholders In the
fedurul reserve banks from f to I
per cent also was rejected.
An amendment by Representative
Collier of Miss'sslppl was adopted to
specifically require that directors of
federal reserve banks chosen by the
federal reserve board shall be resi-
dents of the districts In which the
banks are located.
Hctter party harmony prevailed to-
day. Those opposed to Interlocking
directorates adopted yesterday voiced
In the caucus today objections to be-
ing classed as "insurgents."
Tired of Helng the Human Column.
Mrs. Anna Torch of Kansas City
Kss filed divorce proceedings yes-
terday chargirg her husband tr'th
non-support. What does she think
be Is plllart
'JO PA (I MS
1 PJSTCFFIC-: ACTION
May Me Week I let ore ( riilclilli ld'N
.V ui lie I Appro led by the I
WASHINGTON Auk. 23 -(Special. )
The nillller of till' Heleclloll of It
successor to Walter I. Iteiieau post-
nuisier at Tulsa seems far from a set-
tlement yet. Hubert liulhrculh of
Tulsa was glvt n this particular piece
of patronage and lie endorsed J. .M .
' 'r 1 1 li' h tie Id . I'l uti huh Id's name was
presented to the postmaster general
and immediately numerous letters
protesting against him were received.
All were placed lu the tiles ami all
patries were given until August 1 to
tile protests or endorsements.
Wlon asked about I lie situation
Kcpreseiitative l)actiport In whose
district the postottlcc is located stat-
ed I hat he knew absolutely nothing
about the matter as he was keeping
his hands oil the light. It was given
out nt the postotlb e department how-
ever that tile postmaster general has
not yet taken the mailer up and has
not looked over any o fthe charges
made against the choice of Mr. Gal-
btvaih. It is predicted that It will
be scrvrnl weeks beiore the depart-
ment will get rradv to send .Mr.
t'riiichl ield's name in.
ASi: l i( I'ATAI.I.V IV
JI l!i;i HY ROI STAIIOl T.
Struck lleltison (lcr Mead Willi
Iron l'iH and Kscupcd into
the Osage Hills.
With his head crushed like an egg
shell '. (i. lieitixon is lying at the
TiiKi hospital expec ted to die at any
I. me. A sheriff's pos.se is scouring
the hills north of Tulsa looking for
a man said to be named Robert itad-
elilf who if caught will probably
face a charge of murder.
Itettison who is lease foreman for
the Hull ll company on the Char-
ley Robertson farm three miles
north of Tulsa and Radcliff who was
Working as a roustabout on the lease
became Involved in an argument
atmut 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon
over some work. Hot words are said
to have followed and Radcliff picked
up a piece of iron pipe and struck
Itettison over the head.
I '.e fore the other men who wit-
nessed the blow could stop him Rad-
clifl had made off into the hills and
was lost sight of.
Kettison was brought to the Tulsa
hospital where It was said lust nix lit
his injuries were almost certain to
prove fatal. Sheriff .Mi'Cullough
w nt to the scene of the affray and
started to comb the hills In search
of the assailant.
liettlson Is married and has a six-
teen months' old baby. He had only
been working on the Hull lease a
few duvs moving there from Taneha.
Willi I'.i: AI'I'OlVTI.I) MOY.
I 'our Members Agi lcnli ural Hoard and
Judge of Supremo Court.
OKLAHOMA CITY Okla. Aug. 23.
i Special. ) Appointment of the
members of the board of agriculture
ami a Justice of I he supreme court to
fill the place of JusUce J. J. Dunn
resigned will not be made before
Monday of Next week according to
Oovernor Cruee. There are a number
in the race for the vacancy on the
supreem bench but friends support-
ing him say that Judge R. H. Loof-
hoiirrow of Heaver is the man who
will probably get the place. He is
recognized us one of the best legal
students in the state and tias since
lsfll enjoyed a good legal practice
and later has I n district judge of
MEXICAN COVSII. IS "Mll'l i:i."
Remark nl lull I Honor lit St. Iiouis
House Ire: Apnloglc Tendered.
ST. Lol'lS Aug. 23. Fernando
Haza. Mexican consul to St. Louis left
a dinner of the Town club an organ-
ization of professional nud business
men. here lust night because ojseph
Wheeles. In addressing the club said
the present Mexican government was
based on treachery and assassination.
Miss Charlotte Rumbold president
of the (lull hastened after the Mex-
ican consul and assured him that Mr.
Wheless had meant no offense. Whe-
less also Joined the party outside and
apologized for his remarks.
Consul Haza was induced to return
to the dinner. Mr. Wheless today call-
ed at the consulate nnd renewed his
Normal Tenrlicr Resigns.
OKLAHOMA CITT. Okla.. Aug. 23.
Miss Grace M. llaker who has been
superintendent of art and drawing In
the Central State Normal at Kdmond
for several years and Is recognl7ed
as one of the loading teachers In thnt
line In the mldd.'e west today an-
nounced her resignation. She has an.
cepted a similar position In the
schools at Whiteside Wis. nnd will
assume her duties there Immediately.
OUSTER ANSWERS CRUCE
Will Un to Colorado With Cnii-e and
J .cave Kendrick to Ait as
M'ALFBTKR. Okla. Aug. 23.
Special.) "I will go to Colorado
Springs to attend the conference of
governors next week If the governor
will nnd we will leave the state in
rare of C. R Kendrick of Ardmore
president of the Oklahoma Btate Sen-
ate" said Lieutenant Oovernor Me-
Alester Saturday relative to the state-
ment of the governor that it would be
a crime for him to go outside the
state again during his administration.
"If the governor should desire to
let Kendrick and I both accompany
him and leave the executive depart-
ment In chnrge of Speaker of the
House J. II. Maxcy" continued Mc-
Alester. "I would not be afraid to
leave the office in charge of any hon-
McAlester saya he still Intends to
run for rovtrnor In the 1114 prt-
KILLING IN Oil FIDS
ON IDE n
WILL Itl(OMMIM) SlMHM.
AMLMIMLM S TO Till-: O I . N
.lss mi: st ri:.
C0ME1ITTEE TO WASHINGTON
Will Irgt- Change That Will Make
the Hill Siilislacliirs to Hankers
and lliisiuess Men.
CHIt'Acio Alls. 3. Hankers from
all parts of the country at the lu.su
here today of a two dais' conference
agreed on a number of import ml
.illitmllni ills to the Owen Class cur-
rency bill now pending in congress
and appointed a committee of seven
to go to Washington and cmle:ior to
lime the chaiirps iuooipoi a 1 1 d in the
measure. Member. i of the confi relic
fxprtssed the belief that th adxinis-
Haiion fonts mi aslnngtou will In-
convinced hy the arguments tin.?
will present and will niodily the bill
so that It will be reasonably s.uisf.o -lory
to the hanking and business in-
terests of the count r.
The amendments u ere presented to
the conference by a committee on
rsolntioiis and were ailonl.il after a
long uiM iission I . j a unanimous ote.
The committee went through the cur-
rency lull section by section ami reo-
omclided iiioio I ha li twenty changes.
Tile ( olllinillec.
The commiilee named In I'liairman
Hepburn of New m l. to go to U ash-
lllgtoll and plesellt tile rccolll I 111 III la -
Hons of tbu conference to l'i . snienl
Wilson ami congress iiuluib-ii:
.billies i. rorgan. I'incai;.! chair-
man; Ceorge W. Hcliiol.ls i'liic-n;o;
K. J. IHII. Norwaik. Conn.: R. K.
Muddox Atlanta; Sol Wc.xlcr New Or-
leans; Joseph Chapman Minneapolis
and Fest uu J Wade St. Louis.
The committee will go to Washing-
ton in a few days to begin its work.
The resolution adopted at the con-
ference read as follows;
"The currency commit! f the
American Hankers' association charg-
ed with endeavoring to secure reme-
dial banking legislation and regard-
ing the banking measure now pend-
ing In congress as evidencing the
tarncst wish of the administration to
give u wise law to the country has
profoundly desired to co-operate in
every way. To this end upon Its in-
vitation that the president!) of the
forty-seven statu hunkers' associations
and that rcpcrcsi nlatHcs of I he Isl
clearing houses attend a meeting and
unite in an i xpiession. tills Joint body
i (imposed of bankers from the south
and north and from i oast to coast
repi eseiiting country and city hanks
slate mill national ami trust com-
putes after carefully considering tijo
bill nas iidopted the follow ing;
'I lie Riolillion.
"Whereas we iccogiii.e the im-
perative necessity of iiu'orporat I ng
into the banking and currency sys em
of tills country those proven princi-
ples which wll provide the most am-
ple credit facilities with greatest
safety and a currency bused on gold
which aiiloinatlcally ad.iusts its vol-
ume to trade reipiiremolitH in order
that the highest stability may be at-
tained for our commerce thereby as-
suring continuity of employment for
the laborer and favorable markets
for the producer the fundamental
basis of general prosperity and
"Whereas we believe that to In-
sure the successful operation of a
new banking law it must be of such
a character as to warrant a general
acceptance of Its provisions hy all
existing banking institutions since
the first test of the measure of suc-
cess must lie the strength and power
of efficiently serving the Interests of
(lie entire country which can alone
he had from general participation of
banks of all classes; nnd believing
that laws now drawn wiU by Its oner-
ous provisions prevent state banks'
and many national banks from Join-
ing the svstetn. and earnestly desir-
ing to co-operate with the adminis-
tration In bringing about the adop-
tion of the most highly efficient plan
therefore be it
"Resolved that we recommend the
following changes in the bill convinc-
ed that while not rendering the plan
Ideal these changes would render or-
ganization more prolulile. would
avoid a credit disturbance and pro-
vide a system that would gradually
develop Into a bulwark for the pro-
tection of our whole commerce bene-
fiting alike and in eciu.il measure the
laborer the farmer and the business
A summary of the Important
changes In the currency bill proposed
hy the resolutions i.dopted by the
That there should be established
one central federal reierve bank un-
der the new currency and banking
plan Instead of twelve and if this is
found inexpedient the number should
not exceed five with as many branch-
es as may be required.
That membership In federal reserve
banks be voluntary Instead of com-
pulsory on the part of the national
banks as is provided In the case of
That the amount of Mibsoriptlons to
the capital stock of the federal re-
serve banks be reduced from 20 to 10
per cent of the capitalization of the
bank applying for membership.
That In order to remove control of
the federal reserve bank from polit-
ical Influence direction of the Insti-
tution be vested In a board of seven
members composed of the secretary
of th treasury as ex-officlo mem-
ber three members to be appointed
by the president of the United States
who shall give due regard to geo-
graphical territory an 1 three mem-
bers to be selected oy the member
banks. The terms of office are fixed
at three six and nine years at the
befinning and nine years for all mem-
bers after the first term. The salary
Is fixed at $10000 a year with al-
lowance for necessary traveling ex-
The conference considered this
plan necessary for the protection of
the governments credit in time of
war or othr mrgencjr.
OKLAHOMA S V N DA V
Will Ulow Mexican I cli ial to He.
echo I .urge Shipiiicui of Win
WASI 1 1 MiTi i.V .iv.i -t !-'
dei t li n n b Ju( .in.ji'S I" M
lor t lie i pol la i
S.'iO.niUI e.il ll idg ... e mo l la gov.
'I ii 1 1 1 -ii t . All bat I. rilli s which
Will be m-IiI to Veil I'l -1 I 1 New
I Mica Hi will be sh'l p. .! i ..in :l J'.im
v la 1 n.iie.. Some i I tin la 1 1 1 r a I -riadV
A II hough It was ' !o- tit I pel iiils
sh II gl 1 II I eii Sill' c 1 in It w as de
cl.it i d no change I. a i Pi ii m. ue In
t be l;o el li mclll s po! :
I'liollii tally it . Hi e t i n !
Slal s Is not in cr-. i ha v mg t In-llui-rii
garrison ai lna!. u aim-
ed to discourage atti k and a battle
on t lie border. N. it h. r is I his r.o -
eminent averse to n ; n. h
' 111 M I II li 1 1 M Ion I el a . n .1 oat i - an I
.Mexico ( ity kepi op. n ... n uM-nue
of egress for f.u vi: n.-i -. m Me. o
No geetiral shipments . f arms will
CORI'ORA I IOV Commission To
llol.lt I'ROHI III HI .
I'cr I'luisc of the I'roducliig and
.Marketing I nil- of the Oil (.ame
Will He 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Into.
111 ll.-xl WedlleS.I.'V
liehl in Tulsa a hcarnm
nation vv bich w ill be 1 1
taut ever held ill this
lhoV will Ill-
ha v e to do with the pi i
oil to the dealer the p;
dealer makes to the c
cost ei' i r nspoi ta I ion.
eons II n n r.
lllets of p
pl od I lo. . the by pi
leu in. where Hie mark
ts are and
met bi ds of market i ic
The Investigation whb h bids fail-
to be one of tile most important ever
instituted in the oil iiida-Hv. began
through the jealous rivalry of two
liltb- grocery merchants in the Unb-
lown of Idabel in .M n 'in lain county.
i me den
ler sold gasoline a littb-
tha.'l the (din I de ib r ill the
town which is of tin- population oi
:iul. There was the usual art lit
just as fishermen argue over the size
ii in I the weight of the catch and one
man got mad and refused to make
any kind of agreement and made
complaint to the Corporation Com-
mission Now thai was the match to the
powder factory. .lust a lillle scrap
over the matter of a cent or two n
gallon between Iwo village groccrv
merchants has icsiilted ill the call-
ing of a homing which will tell th"
people of the whole state facts thai
they have been wanting to know
All of the relineis and some pro-
ducers have been summoned to ap-
pear before the corporation commis-
sion on Wediiisday of this no k at
which time the producers and rel'n-
ers nnd transporters of oil will 1"'
compelled not oiilv to enunciate their
real names but also some facts run-
neeloii with all the departments of
the i-elinin:.' industry. The hearing
will he conducted by Chairman J. II.
Love and Commissioner llenshaw as-
sisted by S C. I '. I ton the atloriiev
for the commission and there will be
-tome seventy-live witnesses.
FHUCi CA?ENQT EiED
Slate's Closing rgiimenl Won't He
CoinplHeil I'ntil Next
ATLANTA. ia. Aug. 2.1. With
the state's closing argi nt still un-
coii. Dieted Judge Roan at 1:4(1 this
afternoon adjourned the trial of Deo
M. l-'rank for the murder of Mary
I'hngan un il '' o'clock .Monday.
Solicitor porsev'. clotting the ar-
gument for the state announced just
prior to adjournment that several
hours would be required for him to
conclude Ids address.
MAKING CROP DEPO ITS
(.iiycrilliieiil Is Hiti Uniting tip. $.!
nun. null to Southern and West-
WASHINGTON Aug. 22. The
government's Cu.uOll.iion crop mov-
ing fund is being lapldly forwarded
to the various cities in which the na-
tional batiks have complied with the
conditions formulated by the treasury
depar'mcnt. Hanks in severa.l south
ern cities already have sent their list
of securities to the department for
approval and th.se are being exam-
ined as to their acceptability.
While the exact amount of depos-
its already placed has not been an-
nounced at the department it Is un-
derstood several hundred thousand
dollars have been sent In'o the larger
reserve cities In the south to aid In
moving the cotton crop.
One Charier Grnntfil.
OKLAHOMA CITY Okla. Aug. 2 J.
Charter was granted today by Sec-
retary of State Hen P. Harrison to
the Oklatoka Oil and Has company
of Oklahoma city wl'h a capital
stock of 1100.000. The Incorporator!
are Ed L. Joyce O. T. Garner and
George S. Rusco.
ONLY 23 DAYS
Until Tulsa will have an
ample supply of pure
water for drinking and all
other purposes is the pos-
itive assurance of the
present city administration.
. A I'd I'ST - I . if i:i
J! PRES. Ilffl
oi hi it n i ions si iron r i hi:
l. S. IN Till; Mi I A IC V N
s I I I ION.
DEFINITE HME EXPECTED
I nlc-s llucrlii Makes Ovcrliii-cs in
Ihe New IS Hours Wilson Will
.lake Hi.s Mes-agc I'ublio.
WASHINGTON. Aug. M:i. Great
laitatii l-iaioc ami Japan are among
Ihe nations which bav inl.-i posed
their Infill in e upon t he 1 1 e i u ad
minis ra t ion in Mexico in supoi t ol
the riloils of the I lilted St. III. i lo
II 1 til" I I 1 1 1 1 a pi. Ill-fill Settlement of
llle . e libit lull
While a I u 1 1 1 1 1 si i a 1 1 oi i ottn lab with
slb lu oda legaldlnc III! phase of
Ihe situation Ihele Was a lively 111-
teresi maiiif. st.-d 111 1 1 ; 1. 111 i.i 1 1 cir
b s hen as lo Ihe pi oh. lile elfeel
of foreign ptes-olle on tile lliieria
gov ei nmi nt
II w as I- ai lied hat I he M. xic.ili
a li' llolilli : ioipi 1 ft snlelil iImoii
vv ollld Hoi lead his oos- i . e to i on
i:less in t Tlosilav a- lo Ii a plai;l;el
and show - l a ileposii n lo plobinc
the 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 : i I 1 1 " 1 1 Clib sollle 1 .1 lilt I
hlC OV l I I II I I S. ho e; i I le I l IV' il
Wltblll X holll S I 1 i 1 1 1 1 Ihe I I ' I . - o
flda Is Mill e .1 I I lilt a O- e lo a' ..pi
I lie I l llll. I llielit.ll pi opus I Is o t l.
I 'ntted Stat. I he pi .- i; nt w i 'I pro
lallll lo eongr ss and to t !; w ol id
be aliunde of this nil el ncielit lo
w a I d tin- soa' !. i ii i pub; e.
Huerta Is Helper. He.
The fact th it diplomats II oil! s e
of llle VeV ColltltlleS Wllleil lolVe tl"1
only formally i - i gnr.-.l lliieita but
whose hankers bilicilo have llicled
loans for him are using their influ-
ence on the Mexican a d mi nisti a I ion
is calculated to proline something
definite shortly. i 1 1 1 i 1 1 repot s to
the Washington adm i n is! 1 a I ion show
the Ihierta reglnit- to be in ih sp. rale
financial straits with Hub- prospect
of ge ting funds all) here to meet 1 1 1
running expenses of Hie government
or pay its troops alp-ady icslive be-
i iinse of deferred pa incuts.
So Important is this aspect of the
situation regarded that an air of
tense expectancy prevailed tonight In
official clu bs where it was b. Iievcl
some pi oliolllleement Would be forlll-
I'limliiij from Mexico City In for"' I'res-
blent Wilson finally (b'tei inim d to
communicate his mess-ice to congress.
Musi He I onccssiiins.
The Insistence if the I lilted Slates
mi a cops it in iona I election ami the
elimination of Huerta was reiterated
positively by administration i . 1 1 1 l . 1 1 --
a position which Mr. I. ho! has been
nstrietcd lo emphasize. otilv con-
cessions hv the Huerta govei ninenl.
It is believed hero how Would plir-
siuub' I'lesiibnt Wi'son to hold up
the picschlaMiin of Ids message.
Th"' president finished ihe elm II -mint
today read it over to Score-
lary Hryaii and will discuss il Mon-
day with meiiib" is ol the senate ami
house commit'ecs on foreign rela-
tions. In the meantime ollicials will
await word from Mexico City as to
a possible change of allilmle.
The sending of a special envoy
from Mexico to Washington fiirlh.i
to discuss the silua Ion Willi Presi-
dent Wilson is regarded hero as a
dilatory move. It is known that tlm
Washington government lias made il
clear that sin h a procedure would
not alter 'lie views exchanged in its
Hide. H Is believed however. th.lt
lile Huerta ollicials now have aban-
doned the idea of sending an envoy
and are seeking to develop a m-vv
basis for negotiation.
Ileiuauils lilt esilgut loll.
WASHING'!'! N Sei ro
tary Hrvan today ordered American
Consul Le'clu'r at Chihuu liua to in-
vestigate the reported killing oy fed-
ei a Is of Kdvvard llavis all American
ami an unidentified negro coiiiiecteil
with the .Maihro Lumber coiupanv.
The consul also was instructed to
demand of the military commander
of Chihuahua that the guerrillas who
killed an American named Grltlen
near Chirucbupa on July li ami who
assaulted Arch I'. I'arks be ade-
Three Men to a Mile.
WASHINGTON Aug. 2. With
only three American soldiers avail-
able for the protection of e n h mil"'
of the Mixban border and certain
know ledge that ipiaiilities of arms ami
ammunition an" being smuggled
across the line consideration has been
given in mili ary .circles to the dis-
patch of fresh troops.
The possibility Is that as a result
of the steady northward movement
of federal troops in Mexico the nu-
merous Constitutionalist lands may
be tempted to cross Into Texas and
The augmented force would he In
a position to deploy in strength along
the northern border of Mexico or In
case of need could form the military
unit of a successful expeditionary
Owing to the considerable number
of troops sent to Hawaii and the canal
zone the detention In China of a mili-
tary force and the maintenance of
an army of about 12000 men In the
Philippines the tota.1 strength of the
mobile army remaining in the con-
tinental I'lilted States over and uhove
th coast artillery force which mav
bo nuilnutined In their pog s. is only
about 32000 men. of these ll.ouo
are now under General Carter in Tex-
as and to bring the strength of his
division up to possible reiiireemnts
heavy draft would be laid upon tha
eastern and western departments
probably aggregating 15.000 men.
Arbitration Treaty Kmlcd.
WASHINGTON". Aug. 23. The ar-
bitration treaty with Japan expired by
limitation todny and a supplementary
treaty proposed to extend Its provis-
ions romnlnn unarteil upon by ttitf
senate. Means of arbitrating tho Cal-
ifornia sntl-allen land question or
other dispute no longer remain un-
less a special agreement ahoulvl be
20 I ' A I I S 1
PROGRAM fOnABOil DAY
splendid I'liigraiii Arranged I or the
Rig Labor I'll)
To dale I he f
wing ptogi.im has
h allanged l"l the big union l.l
u picnic to I. held at Sand Springs
I'atk on Labor I'av a week from
next .Mond iv beginning at 1 ;;il
" ' lo k in I be a ft. i noon :
lb " option; address of welcome;
'leaking swimming wa'er races and
win. I spml. longcsl dive; bairci la e
III Hie lake; poattn Cue sack lace;
no loll eating coolest; pie eating conic.-!
old flddlels' mlltcst. to be held
in be aliibune. Appropitate awards
Will be glVi'll all WIIUU'lS of eVI'lllS.
Aii eiclu piece orchestra will furnish
ion. i lion .' o'clock In the afternoon
until dancing m the pavilion ceases
at inidnii' lit Awards will also be
made lo Hie lust daincl and to the
lies' appearing couple.
The city of Tills. i will witness one
of Hie largest davs In its blslorv on
Labor hay. The stale Hnr.il l.eletr
Carriers' Association nc els bete on
that ill . the ra. c; will he on at the
fair I-1 . ii ii i Is. while from the sur-
rounding i Hi n 1 1 will come thou-
sands lo spend ihe dav ill Hie only
OH in Ibis pal t of the sla ! to offer
-ports and amusements for the day.
lo ol I IN Mtol
re. Wool Schedule Is Hlsposcd of
III the I ooiloillcc of the Wll'do
WASI 1 1 Nt ;t 'N. Aug '..'.I. Rapid
progress on tin- l.uili hill was mad
toil. (V ill I lie sen Ic. The VV o s l "I
ule was disposed of so far as II will
eonsiiieleil in Hie .senate ill iiillilllittei
ol Ihe whole and a ibep inroad was
made in the In e lisi
was taken on free
. isive show lug on
ilcfem-d until tic
e committee of Ho
commit lee rat es on
s w ' re agreed to
raw wool lb- il
t hat h IV llig b e
I'lll I ollii s 111 1 1 n 1 1
w hob'. I he tllialli e
w ool Ilia 1 1 1 1 1 a I UI''
without ninfiiiimtnt and Hiiro was
evr indication that law wind would
remain free. The Penrose. La l-'ol-b-tl"
Siiioi.I ami I'lilloll substitutes
for I be schedule will limit' up when
the bill appears III the senate proper
With mill a part of Hie free list
a porlloii of Hie paper seliiilule ami
the sundries schedule reiualuiiig to
lie ci'iistib-ri tl in l omtuitiee demo-
elat.'lc losil'is ex pressed ' stonf Itlell'i
that the Income lax would be dis-
posed of hv (he i mi of tile coining
week Ii was their hope In have the
lull ready for the tinal vole In the
.-"I. ate Wltblll two weeks. lining the
articles I he free list ratified today
were a ri.-'ilt u t I impletm nts and
s 'mar cane mai h Imrv . alcohol horse t
and mules ami animals for breeding
.ipatl'e. asbestos. baiiNde. Itildes.
I Had biscuits and nianv other.''.
An inspection sst m for foreign
meal Imports more rb'hl than that III
lb" tariff bill wis proposed In an
amendment bit rodiiced and urged liv
Senator i ' 1 1 m m i 1 1 s . hut the free meat
teelloll Weill OV"T Wllllolll ac'lon. The
pen ling bill provides for the aecept-
au f certificates of inspection
from exporting countries.
Senator ( 'urn inlns' a no'iid uient
would demand an ante mortem ex-
aminntioti of men's In Hie eouiitrles
of exportation and would iiiithori"
American ilispe. lols In relllSpect 111"'
meal after it enters the Culled States.
"There can be no reason why wr
Mioithl permit the foreigner to sup
ply us with tike-used meat and deny
Ihe privilege to our I. Wll puckers."
said Senator Cummins Th" present
lull be declared would give Ameri-
cans no protection against beef of
diseased cattle from countries that
had no inb-ipiati. svstom of ante mor-
ti m inspection
"I 'in s the senator want to fin It
"o me its i annot come here from M" X-
ieo"" a.-kiil Senator Williams.
"I do not particularly mean Mex-
ico." said Mr. Cummins
Senator Nonas also said be believed
'he bill. If tin hang .1. would give
the foreign meat piodiicer un advan-
lai vt'i the Alii'iuan packer.
Si na tor W illiams In t barge of Ihe
bill said Ihe committee intended to
a licit foreign men's from countries
.villi inspeitbm laws Inferior to thu
American laws. provbl"il the secretary
if agriculture should dei Id the for-
eign inspection was "good enough."
He said th" Cnlt.-d Stales had no
power to compel oilnr "'onirrb's In
adopt definite Inspection systems.
"oilier countries In the past hav"
compelled us lo adopt cer'aln regiila.
tioiis." suggested Senator Lodge "hy
t xi lulling our meats."
S"iiato Mei'umber offered an
ami" duo'iit proposing a t ouiiterviill-
ing duty of 20 per cent ad valorem
i. li meat against countries that levy
a tax on Ameilc.ui meats
M li v ot the more Important parts
of the tariff fife list were passed
oyer for luture " nslderatlon. These
liicpil" harness ami leather goods
flax i ! 'h icglsters tvpewriters sew-
ing mm bin s. iron pipe ami other ar-
ticles. TO AVErapS DEATH
Orot'o Asks to It.. Allowed to Take
I'p Trull galnsi Ihe
CITV OF MKXICO Aug 2.1. Pas-
cual iipizio. Jr. recently promoted
to K"ii"'ial of brigade In the Mexican
federal army has asked for permis-
sion to return from northern Mex-
ico wlure he has been fighting and
to go tu MnP'I'i or Guerrero to
aveneg the death of his father Col.
Pascual orozco. Sr . who was reported
to have been shot by the r"bl lead-
er Zapata when th" latter was forced
by federal troops to evuciiate Huaut-
The bodies of Colonel Orozro nnd
two other peace commissioners who
had been sent by the government to
parley with Zapata months ago were
reported to have been found liddled
with bullets wlun Hie federals rap-
Colonel OlOItCO SevtlHl time splevi
oualy ImJ tn r putted kii'id.
K I 0 10 V I V K C l N T S
MN KNOI KI IMHTIU Wll lHI)
Ml J I HUM I lilt Is Ol'
PSINCIPAIS ARE ARRESTED
Strong Sciitl n Again Ring Coiitisst
in California Has Ilis-n Anuisi d
by c Ik- Result.
I .OS A.(ii:i.i:.S Cak. Aug. 23.
John W. iltiilli Young a cowboy
hciv v w clglil pugilist died in a hospi-
tal here today of injuries received at
ennui arena last night w Io n be was
kicked enl In .ss Will. ud. Imme-
diately after Ills death warrants were
issued charging manslaughter against
VX 1 1 lit itl ami eleven others connected
.villi ihe liiht while legislators cler-
gymen and club women revived the
demand I or an all -prize fight bill ill
The operation on Young's skull to
relieve cel'eblal he III" 'IT llll ge Which
lollovveil th. knock out iii the eleventh
round of Ins s. licl u h 1 :'u-roiiiul fight
vviih ill iiil. at Lt d was piono;;nccd
a -ueee.s lull apnllv proved ollp'r-
W I. si
- w bo
pi-rated iiii him
ill!' 11 Coll llS-
slmi of I hi
who Ii i. I
' hi. 'in.
oiim s death was made
.-'le i i" f U . A . I I.i iiiimi I.
pke l t h principals con -
' rn il in the tight uiob
rest last nmhl. w.uianls f
w ere issued hv I lepul v I list I i I
liel A. I.. Velleh T'P W
ell. 1 ge I the following Willi
sla in: Iii er-
l"ss 1 1 Li nl. Youngs' nw n ; .1. .1
AbCai-ev and AI Crienwald promot-
ers of the light llatry Gilmore. Jr.
manager of Young. Tom Joins man-
ager of Willard; Charles I"'. Lvlon
referee; Albert G. Harder tunc keep-
er ami . lauics ('ameion colored; Kd-
die Websler. Charles Anslinger John
I'avies ami Harry Momibau seconds.
Through a it aiigemonts witli the nt-
toriievs for the management ot Hie
' luh nine of Ihe ncciiaed men
promptly surrendered to the authori-
ties. i';i moron. Webster unit Anslinger.
seconds for Willard il was promised
by the atlorne.v would appear lu
The nine who sin rendered went
ararigio'd before Jinuice Summerfield
who set August L'H for their prelimin-
ary examination nml llxed VViliarl
bond at J'eloiu ami I hose of tho
ot tiers at f I IMUI each.
The bonds were furnished by James
J Jettrb's former heavyweight t liani-
plon of Hie world ami John Hrlnk. a
cabaret proprietor. The accused were
It Kin said llle ibfi ll.se of the men
would lie based on a ruling of Siipei
ior Judge Crunk It. Willis Hint con
li sls lie" Used by municipalities were
legal. His decision was rendered sev-
eral veais ago In the tascs of George
Memslc and Ad Wolgast. who were
an steil lor pilz" fighting.
Onlv One Plow.
Referee Kyton declared I In- "only
hard blow struck III tile tight was Ihe
knock out punch." lie said there had
I n "no occasion for stopping the
Sentiment against prize lights grew
rapbllv (luring Hit" dav among many
classes of citceiis.
State Si natoi- W. K . Prown father
of Ihe anil prize light bill which was
kill d by two votes In the last leg's
la tu re prophesied tli.it Ihe cit izonshi p
of the stati- wanted nnd would have
such a bill pot through.
Arrangements for Young's funeral
were In charge of his brother. Noah
Young. H -.'as expected th"' body
Would be taken to Ills father's homo
at Glenn Rock W'vn.. for burial
Pionu-e of the death of Young Ar-
thur I'elkey claimant to the title of
heavyweight champion has called off
his s" hoduleii match at Vernon Sep-
tember L':t. with Charley Miller.
I'e.kev who Was II pponellt nf
Luther M'-Cartv In the fight lu which
the la.ter was killed at C.ilgarv Al-
berta several mouths ago. was a
warm friend of Young's. He v-Mid to-
dav taht lie could not enter the riu ;
whore Young was fatally iimnd with
anything but sorrow In his heart.
CALL STATE CONVENTION
Mil) Resuli In malgamallon ol Hit'
Progn-ssiic and Hcpuhlhan
I 'art Ics.
OKLAHOMA CITY. okla. Aug 2J.
ISpe lal.i Authorizing the i hall.
man of the progressive state commit-
tee to call a delegate ciur. enl ion of
the piogn ssives tn I 'ev embi r. exact
ilate iii he iiaiued later and passing
resolutions providing for a full pro-
gressive ticket lu the state lampaign
for IS14 members of the progr ss.ve
stale committee mot here this atter-
mum. An appeal Is iinnle tu all those
Interested itl ciiiiiI govei niuent re-
gardless of pasl party at filiations to
join the progressive mow on tit.
Although tin" I" solutions dei lure to
the effect that no compromise with
Hut regular republican organization
would In" illicit. lined it is said hv
wise ones claiming t'" know that
the meeting today was oii'.y the first
si p In a movement for a ciuisoiid i-
tloii of the two factions that played
sai-h distinguished parts In the last
national campaign. It ts Ik In veil that
finally the progrcsslws nud the reg-
ular i' pul'll alts will get together he.
fore the state campaign lias g lie far
ami unite on a state ticke'. It Is con-
ceded that conet'ssitins from both
sides Will be n-cssary. but this will
not lie a dittlc'iit thing b . -."ire. it Is
said. The spoils svsti in in 1''th ot
the old partv so long was ("lidemned
In Hie resolutions p.tss.d tod.iv. es-
pecially was Ihe I resent state admin-
istration condemn""! f"r its Incompe-
tence in ii'ititgirg .1 state govern-
ment ami the extravagance that lias
I u present ov.-r since s'aP hood
Motile if Hi"1 NeW Yl'tk llWVTS
eonten.l Hut (H'lin ts goiem-.r. and
Mh' is i. i." d sti:eni-"h"'d i Sal--.
t I" W I'V rot ask the appeli.il
ci i t o shake du e for it ?
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