The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 53, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 20, 1919 Page: 1 of 20
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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPATEU
RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
WILL YOU WEAR A
VOL XIV NO. 53.
TULSA OKLAHOMA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20 1919
PRICE 5 CENTS.
UNABLE TO REACH
Miners and Operators Ne-
gotiate While Supply
u. s. toIave fuel
Garfield Tells Both Sides Na-
tion Needs; Must Have and
Will Obtain It
PROGRESS SAYS LEWIS
Union leader Says Nothing
Is Still Optimistic
WASHINGTON Nov. 19. rn-
eecta of a coal f'n'n irrw nr
tonight with negotiation. .tw.D
operator and miner apparently t
Ami'l"'M'mlll of the 3lnt wage
rale committee was In session three
hour- hut It was announced after
the merlin that only tho nerl
.Uuatioii was uUtfusscd and that the
prrat..rs did not .ubn.lt counter
primeval ti. the miners demand.
Tits conference will contlnu. tomor-
""No progrea wa made. Th op-
erators .ulmllled no proposals. Vi e
are still In a receptive mood. John
U lewis acting preeldent or the
United Mine Worker. (aid a. he
time out of the hotel room whor.
the conference washeld.
The operator.' committee re-
mained In eoeslon an hour towr.
At the end of that time Thoma. T.
Brewster chairman of the. opera-
tors' committee In the central com-
petitive field .poke optiral.tleally.
declaring tha thl wa. the first t-
tempt at real negotiation ainoe ths
miners and operator met at Buf-
falo. For that reason he said only
general matter were dlcud.-
Speaking with th. authority of
President Wilson' cabinet Fuel Ad-
ministrator Uarfleld told represe-
ntative of the bltuminou. coal
peratora and miners that "the peo-
ple of the United States nel must
have and will have coal'' and as
long a the government stand thay
will not tin prevented from getting
It by -anything the Operator or
miner may do."
Doctor Oarf.eld xplalnd that
bis purpose wa to furnish the con-
ference wlih the data which he
would use In determining what wage
advance If any agreed to by th
operator and miners could be
borne properly by the public.
"f represent the people" of the
I'nlted States In a different aense
from the secretary Of luhor."' Doctor
(Jarfteld eald. "If Is part of Mr.
Wilson's function to effect concilia-
tion. It ! my sole function to exer-
cle thoee powers conferred ort the
fuel administration to seo that an
adequate supply of coal Is furnish.'.!
the people of the United Slate. and
to sen that in tunes of stres sue))
as w are etlll unhappily In th
nuiW of. the prices astted and re-
eelTJ for coal are not eiceetve."
lienor Girfield sell he was not
yet prepared to say what conditions
could reasonably be nuule in the
price of coal as all the necessary
data wan not at hand. Una of the
Heme not yet determined he said
was that of the federal income taxes
fr 191. which the operators have
claimed should be Included in the
cost of operation. The government
has dlaputed this.
I'M: or sippidioa
CHICAGO. Nor II. Arrange-
Rents to provide for the most eqult-
I distribution Of coal that la pos-
sible to regions and Industries that
show the greatest need were dis-
cussed today by Walker IX Hlne.
director general or railroads and
eeren regional director at the close
of a two-day conference on the coal
While no drastic move In the cur-
tailment of the coal supply is con-
templated. Mr. Hlne. urged that-
veryone be Impressed with tba fact
that roal ninat be used "sparingly"
to order to make the supply last.
One of the flrt moves toward con-
servation u taken by the Cleveland
eoal commission when It cut off the
coal supply of every Industrial plunl
jeept thnaa coming under the bead
f "Public utilities" The Chicago
Milwaukee et Ht. Paul railroad today
suspended 40 more passenger trains
In various section. bringing the total
number of train cut off from that
rd to 12 . The Chicago A North-
western railroad has alno suspended
After ti conference between Mr.
Hlne and (ri( regional directors. It
was announced that unless an abrupt
enange for the better occurs. West
vtrginlg coal field will- be levied
son for western Industry. It was
ied that all regions In need of
J" '-1 be aupplled from the
"i Virginia field and regional
rsnroal directors In the east have
l" mM n" weet In trans-
portation and dlatrlbutmn.
sir. limes who l.ft for Waahlng-
J today aald before leaving that
" problem now I. to distribute
vauabl COJJ io a to avoid short-
't"r's received her tonight In-
il. ' that there is little change in
famJ '" l"M"- Mst miner .re
th. ! 0 r"urn to work awaiting
tent..'"1011 r"ehed St the wage
onf"r-n In Washington.
u.. Rerliiilnn Veiled.
ution Vla.llvo.tock has been
JJM. dl.p.tche today to the .tate
FIND CHRISTMAS RED PI 0
Pursuit of Wyoming
Train Bandit Given
Up by All Searchers
CIIKVENNIJ Wyo.. Nov. 19.
rotum of officara cltlinns und
nited Stateg cavalry whl.h had
speut the day In tho vlclnlly of
Medicine Itow Wyo. eoarchtng
ff the bandit who held up the
Union raclflo train nrur thero lant
night aliiiiidori.it tho Huriii Ute
this evening and t.uilht are on
board a special train en roiilt fur
Hi i city. H aecuied about 2.'.0.
MKDICINK HOW. Wyo. Nov.
II. lllood hounds placed on the
trail or William CarliHln bandit
who held up thu l.oa Ang.'leo lim-
ited train n tho I nlon l'aclfic
railroad near here last night re-
turned from the srenn of the rob-
bury today unable to follow the
trail. The general belief prevailed
that Carlisle had ben picked up
' by a confederate with an automo-
bile and had effected his escape.
Arkansas Robbers Sur-
rounded but Still
DECATUR BANK ROBBED
Twelve Hundred Dollars Ob
tained in Daring Holdup;
Two Patrons Robbed
KOUT rtMITII AUK Nov. 19 A
posxe on ths trail of three men wbo
held up and robbed tho cash I.t of
the Decatur Ark. stats hank this af
ternoon overtook thu bandits ill the
mountains nf aouthem Missouri early
tonight and following- an exchange of
shots the three bandits contrived to
eacape In the mountain after setting
flr to their automobile.
The bandits held up tin- cashier of
the Decatur Ark. state bank at the
point of revolvers and made a suc
cessful getaway with 11.200 In cur-
rency sna silver two patrons oi
the bank were relieved of (Jtoney and
The bandfU were not masked and
worked with precision and swiftness.
Walking into the tuink and covering
the cashier and two patrons the men
held the trio under their guns while
the third rifled the cash drawer and
money tills fcihnvlng the money Into
a sack they backed out of the build-
ing and entered a waiting automo-
bile. The motor had been left run-
ning. The cashier say. he can Identify
the men If epprehencied. It I. be-
lieved that tlu-H are the same who
effected .uc.ce.wful robberies of the
Hulphur Pprings bank In September
and the Cav riprlnns hank In Octo-
ber located In this same section.
.NKURO fiKTS DBATIf KKNTKNl'K.
Another ArkenMie tlhu-k CVmrlctrd
Will Il In 1-J.x-trU' liair.
HEH.KNA Ark. Nov. !. Judge
J. M.' Jackson of the I'hllllps circuit
ourt this afternoon sentenced Kd
Ware convicted of murder in the
first degree In connection with the
killing of W. A. Adklns at Hoop Spur
on the night of September 19 to die
In the electrlo chair at Uttle Ilock
on January 2. 1920. This make the
total number sentenced to die in con-
nection with the Insurrection an even
Tumulty Nnys Oil
JAflKSMOItO. Texas. Nov. II Jo-
seph I Tumult f. secretary to Tresl-
dent Wilson has purchased an oil
lease near here according to records
In the county reeordet a office it wa.
Stocks Reach Lowest Level
in Weeks as Drop Continues
NEW TOItK. Nov. II -The
break "In the .lock market whirl
began a little more than a weeK
ago ssHumed wider and more ser-
ious proportions today. The en-
tire list waa carried to lowest levels
in many weeks gross recessions
In speculative Industrials rang."
from 5 to 31 points.
Iwvelopmen's of the dsy. wnn
few exceptions gave further m-
mentum to the decline. and the
sellin-g derived addltlotnl Impetus
from the Bggr. .s.svm. activities t
a confident and greatly extended
According to dispassionate ob-
servers however. the we.kr.es.
dlsplsved by certain stocks plainly
SUKgestert the enforced dissolution
of several other pool.. whose
further ..perailona were regarded
wl'h disfavor by the banks and
other li-ndegs of money
The one hopeful note of the day
wns sounded bv the lor.l federal
reserve bank whose dlrc-tcr. heM
a meeting but evidently anw noth-
In in the situation Justify an-
other advance In re-doont rales.
The national board of the federal
re.erve hank ais.i wss in soslon
In Washington hut took no action
respecting market af'aira here.
Call money ruled at li per rent
until the final hour when s drop
to 10 per cent Induced much rest-
Irlng f-.r .
covering ..f sMoit ion-ran.
Complete Uemoralixation ovtr-
Police in Philadelphia
Uncover Plans for
SEND 'GIFTS' IN mVmicl EARLY RULING
Explosive Packages to Be
Delivered Officials Raid-
ALL OFFICIALS WARNED
Federal and Municipal Au-
thoritie Are Told to
Be on Lookout
rilllAnUU'HIA Nov. II A
warning Issued today by the super-
intendent of the Philadelphia police
that Information hiu. reached him of
possible lionili outrages at Christmas
time through tho sending of gift
packages to national state and city
officials Ihioiiglituot Die country has
(tuned federal and s'afe officials
to lake extra precaution to cir-
cumvent any proposed plots by rad-
ical or others.
Discovery of -a "red" plot to slay
officials with oxpl.'idve Christmas
iniill package was announced to-
day by Superintendent of i'ollce
Information of the plot which he
considers tellable indicates It Is nation-wide
and directed axulnst fed-
eral s'ate and cit s ithoiilice who
took part in the national roundup
of radicals planning tho .Hertlirow
of the government.
Immediate steps were taken to
prepare federal loves: Uators. postal
authorities and poll''o of lare.e cities
for action aK.i!nst the "mall terror"
which Is scheduled to begin opera-
tion shortly before and during the
Christmas holidays. .
Kvldence of the existence of a
plot to send lifimls through the
moils under tlibons and hol y was
reported to Superintendent Itohln-
son by Andrew Kmanuel head of
the "bomb mimd." who said he un-
earthed It during his Investigation
of radical activities here. The In-
formation was die kul up and veri
fled accordhiK to Kmanuel. Th
souroe of Information was care-
fully wirfliheld by the police. It ti
believed lo have originated from an
anarchist "e.iiea!er. " who was
afraid of the consequences of th.
A memorandum issued by the bu-
reau of police announcing d srov-
ery of Ihu plot Is as follows-
"Suporlntcnoeiit of I'ollce Rob.
ln.on Is lu pos.'fsnlou of reliable In-
formation ihat the member. of
certain radical organizations with
headguartera In the prilicpa) cities
qf the I'nlred States are preparing
to send out prow lo and during the
Christmas holidays packages of neat
uppearaocn which would probably
lie considered as Chiistmas gifts
by the persons who received them
to the t'nlted States government
officials- and officials of the stales
and cities whose duties have re-
quired them to take an active part
it. the eupprraslon nf bolshevik and
"The radicals eav tint when the
officials receive and open the pack-
age they will be greatly surprised
as an explosion will result"
11010 FAKKFJl IYn MI'IUIKB.
Texan In .Tall on fl.anrei nf Killing
Father and Son.
PrT.l'MI'R SPIU.MUH Texas. Nov.
19 Jess wood. I'O-year-old farmer
residing near here Is in the county
Jail charged with killing I'orter
Stockton and his son iK-bnar. on the
highway near the Stockton and Wood
f irms lete yesterday Th shooting
was fhe result of n feud of long
standing. Wood telephoned the sher-
iff "to colon snd get him."
took the foreign exchange market
today when pew low rales were
.jootet against Kngland France
and the former central Kuropean
Commercial na bssklng bills
on London fell t" 4 0.' t-2 to the
ffiund. l-rancs declined to 9 1-4
to the American dollar the normal
rate hnvlog been T 1 1 and
murks and kronen were more than
90 per cent under parity.
Dealers tn exchange ailn es-
cribed mu h of the latest unseltle-
ment to alarm over the course of
the pear treaty negotiations u the
I'nlted States senate end the ex-
tremely unfavorable trade balances
whbh favor this country to an
V. W. New sum
Houlder P.etwern Third
jind Fourth St-t.
HEARS ORY CASE
Will Hear Arguments To-
day on Prohibition -Measure.
Government Asks Advance-
ment of Suit and Quick De-
cision la looked For.
RHODE ISLAND DRY AGAIN
Higher Court Grants Slay of
Execution on Injunction
Granted to Wots.
WASIIINUTUN. Nov. 19. The
supreme court will hear arguments
tomorrow on tho constitutionality of
tho wartime prohlbtion act involved
In three appeals from federal court
ruling. Ono from Kentucky de-
clared the act Invalid and two from
New York upheld IU
Owing to tho short time elupslng
befuro constitutional prohibition be-
comes effective an early opinion Iby
the court Is generally antiifp'tted.
The government asked that the hear-
ing he advanced. Ordinarily tho i use
would not have been leui hod for at
leUSt a 'iH4'.
The Kentucky cass was appealed
by the goveiniiionl after Federal
Judge Kvans bad restrained Inlei al
revenue officials from Interfering
with the removal from bond by the
Kentucky distilleries anil warehouse
company of about TO.UiiO.OilO gallons
of whisky valued at approximately
t7H.000.000. Judge K.vons held Ihat
the act violated the fifih amendment
to Uie federal constitution prohibit-
ing confiscation of private g-operty
without just compensenuflon. -'
HOSTON. Nov. II The I'nlted
Stales circuit court of appeals to-
day Issued an order staying ex-
ecution of the preliminary Injunc-
tion gran'ed by Judge Arthur I
llrown r.sirainicg federal offices
In Ithode Island from enforcing th
Volstead prohibition act
Tim order of tbt court provides
for a stay of enforcement until toe
supreme court gives a riecnion on
an appeal from the federal .outhern
dUUrltl of New York in a clmllnr
case or PDUI the circuit court (
appeal take further action.
. ritOVlPKNCR. Jl. I.-Nov. II
War time prohibition again went Into
effect here today. Manufacturer
snd sale pf 4 per cent beer was sud-
denly stopped by the Issue ill lloslon
of a slay against the execution of
Judge Mrown'M Injunction forbidding
the enforco4iirnt of (he V olxteud act.
Man Hho ll Carmen's Walkout
at Muskogee anil Tulsa IHdven
Out of NaHlivin.'.
NAHIIVII.K. Teiin.. Nov. II.
J. II. Iawson. alleged radical labor or
ganiser who led Ihe rscent Knoaville
strnet car airike was seized bv a
sound of six urildcntifed men here
later today as lie left the office of
lila attorney and was taken to
Springfield Teiin. by automobile
put on a train for Evansvllle Ind.
and given order not to return to this
city. lawson. It Is said reached
Nashville early today to add roe. the
local car men's union.
liiwson 1 th'e ikrganly.er wbo en-
gineered th. recent o. 1!. JL strike
here which resulted in a tie-up of
traffic for several weeks and two
mob demonstrations against - strike
breakers who attempted to resume
traffic. He also led the Muskogee
strike which stopped the street ear
traffic there for nearly two months
sn w a attended hyt several mob
demons! at lun by inpathiser. of
In the h'-at of the Muskogee
strike Ijtwson according to rhsrgcs
of ihe .Muskogee carmen "Inld
down" and loft town leaving the
local union wltho.H llin suppoit of
the national ot gamzatlon In its f.ght
against the traction company.
coi oil a do nuriTio cit
Strike Order Stands llerlir a Issjulisr
of Miners In Slate.
I ' UN V K 1 1 Col. Nov. 19 .'..lo-
rado s coal production will be cur
tailed tomuirow by a senmrl strike id
I niteit .Mm Workers of Amerba
Kffort tol.y to eff.s'l . swl'leuieul
failed "The s'rme order .lands.''
declared fleorge C. Johnson presi-
dent of the union at Pueblo. "The
men will nt obey the strike call"
declare ! ' olorad Ku I Iron Co
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ttolnimam i ao'ith windti; v'star
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If! 4t IlI('.t ; f'r.'tiT rkciiW r'.!r
r'odjt. Mirstwhat irrr tn r.rfiit p
Im I' rut a -rnr-arr C'l-:n'.i rini.
ro'slT m norih iorti
W KHT Tr Ir.-r.taT rtfitt'tl. Tri
dtr 'Kb1v f:r widr
Lot I KM NA-- THnM'Uf d''? f!"iJf
tirnrr tn nnnhMt ortK'n : I rMa?
rload v. irnfi! rairt tn watt f-ori n
tinr in 'il porofi
4 HK A V - fhtiridar lnr'i!rr rm4
irfir; f'ndtf ffol't'iiy wa(ofl4.l
r'tn 'n'flif in t rvnrttmi
K N'k'H r't'tr ion hil nrtrt
('t 1 htifrlaT ri4 r.ilaf : fsvtlor fr;if
it tis w .Mi:n
prlf-r ptilil Kit nr rnU Mr MrHrfmm.
VtorlJ offUT riioo 0O. .df.
SENATE REFUSES TO RATIFY TREATY AND ADJOURNS
Lodge Says Treaty
Is Dead in Senate;
WASHINGTON. Nov 19---Senator
lenlge dfter adjournment to.
nigtil. decUied "the treaty la dead
so far as this eena'e Is consfjonird "
Kepublican leadeia .vld Ihe
Heluile need not adVINtl llle pieel-
d. iii ot It" action nor return 'be
ti.-a'.y to liliu with foiiiisl noMco
'"The president may wl'Jidratv II
when Ihe senate reconvene. "
Senator IoIko uld "and of
coiirn.. be i in then resubmit It
In the nei e.vHlon
"Hut the treaty Is dead In Ihl
eeiu.le ami ibe killed It km I
told then. I hey would If they voted
Senator HUehock Mil ihe
treaty was not dead and ibnt he
presumed Ihe president would e-
siibmlt It December I although
ho had np definite woid from the
pi-eenleiii In that effect II. end
lie ihoucht the republicans bad
worked ihemi-elvcs "Into a very
awkward position" end had split
iliems.elvea In the senate and the
"Drains" of Villa Rebel
Band Ik Held Cap-
tured in Cave.
DETAILS ARE LACKING
Further Information Expect-
ed Today Is Taken Pris-
oner Near I'arral.
MI XIIVI CITY Nov. 11 rrvllp"
Ai.grJcM chief II. 'illrllsi.it of I van-
iIncii llla. has Ix-en iiiplure.! by
stain mlllM command. -.1 by ben.
t.alilll.i Ollvo Is'lng taken rls.oiT
i.sla at Vallc ollva mwr the t on-
elxw river In (lillninliiin. Me was
eeeortetl under li.vavy gu.l lo
I'arral where he will bo Irtct! by
KU VAH't. Nov. II .- Oeneral
Felipe Angele. known us tho Intel-
lectual leader of the Villa relel
movement has been captured near
I'arral according lo advices re-
ceived tonight from ilovertior An-
dres orlla of Chihuahua by Andro.
(J. i;ar In .consul general here.
The dispatch received by Mr.
liarrla gave no delalls as to the ex-
act location of the capture nor s
to the time In which It wa effected
It IS believed however that the
Villa leader was taken In a rave
where be was reported hiding for
Consul Oeneral Garcia enpe.led
further deliills lo reach him tomor-
flenerul Angeles was an officer
In the federal army during the ad-
ministration of Porflrlo Dlaa Afiar
Ihe fell of Diss he waa culled In
111 J by tietierul Vlc'onann lluerta
then a Mndero chieftain frni.i the
state of Moreles where be had
been fighting the Zapata rebels to
capture the citadel of Mexico City
which hd been selxed by the re-
actionary forcx. under Felix Ida.
a nephew of the deposed pres-
ident. Angeles was about to bom-
bard the "culdadfta" when he wa.
ralld off from the attack by lluer-
ta w-ho later arrested him.
Angele. wa. later released with
the understanding that he would
not take further part In .Mexican
politics. He went to K'irop and re-
turned In 1114. Joining the Curran-
a movement The following year
at a (.annuel Angeles quarreled
with General Jacinto Trevlno. an-
other Cirranxii leader and when
Carrnnxa s.ded with the lnttr.
Angtdes severed Ills connection with
the eons'ltut.nr al'sts government
and went over to the Villa rebels
COUNTY ATTORNEY RESIGNS
Fiisiit (juIIm i reck Ortiniy liliion;
SH'ukninn Hii.t-eeat lllrn.
Sji'isl W. Tti World.
SAl't 1.1' Nov Jl .-Karl Foster
county ai'ornev for Creek coun'y.
lod.iy len.leled his I clgr. ll loll to
thai of f. e lo i h Itoard of eoim
eomntisNionei a. It was accepted and
Fie. A Sc.i s tniin was named by
Mbe l.oal'l To f)!l the vacancy. Ilj.eik-
I man look the oa'h of office In open
Ico.irt befoul Judge li.illold V ll
vox at I" lo this liioiiui.g sl.oitly
after I'ost.r's restgnation bad l.ern
aucip'ed Cosier will reaume the
prec: ice of la
IMlltH Will ItFTI lt SK)N.
I'. S. Ivebirnlra In 1'iiits rlan lo SlMii
Its. -It l..s-4-nilicr 'ir n.
I I'AltlS. Nov. 19. Assistant Scire-
V. i-.uii. t . f'.11. i:.....t
'T.sker II Hltse and Henry White oft
the Aifieriran peace mission lo.iav
plained 'o sail Ir.im H'ee on lie-I
leinli.r or 1 I' v sylll travel on:
'he Allien an st".im"hi Atii'-i b-a.
Tn reo ieder ' the peace treaty
i W- rk W S.I be left to the co o! l;nalon j
K.N '.IKS III it r I. iivir.-i
I Corner Soutfi II ston
nd Tweif !
j even room res d'-'c e
: tfl! ; exct'isiv e
H.iiih II-. ill. er. In
l.oo b o k. a home
V rgsn; xclt.elve
i '.mer S'"Hh 'b. v
i 'een'h. a s;-t'"id 'l
1 1 v ....
i l N i.
cmplelel $ J'.' 50.
. Ho l'..dg. Ct lar
Lodge Resolution Re-
jected Twice; Refuse
Democrats' Proposals All
Rejected by Solid Re-
WILSON FOR REJECTION
President Writes Hitchcock
and Democrats Support
Rulings in Favor of Dem-
ocrats Are All Promptly
WASIIINH'I'ON Nov. II - Hatlfl-
cation of the peace treaty with the
i cci valiima flamed l.y the rspubll-
iin mujoil y and objected to by
i'lesldeiit Ullnoli was voted down
in tho seiuite lute today with Ihe ad-
ministration aenuloi lining up solid-
ly nifainst II
Th. i lutlflcatton resolution which
would have re.ulr.id a two-lhlrds
majoilty for ndoptlon mustered only
i'j votes lu 6T sgalnst 11. Its sup-
pfuteis weie Hi lepubllcsiis and
Thu rexult whs lo place the treaty
lu a parliameniury status which Us
-neinles d.'cluiod Hiiioiiuted at least
leintioi at lly lo rejection. It. friends
however had hopes nf revising It at
another session of congress
Afler the i at If u-iltloii vote' the re-
pub Downs permuted ihilr resolution
In exactly the form rejected to com
iii for further considni at Ion but a
the session extended Into the even-
ing the solid republican lineup which
had held throughout ths day agalfis!
rcpeaic. democratic c omproiitlae
proposals nhownd no signs of yield-
ing. Is-tler luin Wilson.
A letter from I'resldnnt Wilson
advising admlillsirailon senatoi lo
vol. attains! ratification of the
treaty with the foreign relation ooin-
mitttis reservation wss laid before a
conference of ths adtnlrilntrailon
annate forces today by Democratic
The eonimltlen program the presi-
dent wrote would provide not for ra.
if i ni inn ''but rattier fyr the nulli-
fication of the treaty."
Immediately the president's let-
ter became public ltepubllcan lsad-'
er Lodge declared he did not believe
the senate would "obey the orders"
uf tile piesl.lenl "wbo undertake to
command Ihe senat" lo ratify the
tienlv without the reservstlons which
Americanise It and made It safe for
the I'nlted Slate.''
Immediately after Ihe arnat. met
Senator lolK formally presented
the resolution of ratification cou-
lainlng tho II reservation adopted
by a majority df the .en.te. Debate
began and severaj senatoi s took
part later In tht day a vol wa
reached on the Lodg resolution
of ratification whbh was rJ'I.
In order to put the treaty Into a
parliamentary situation wher an-
other vote could be had after effort
at compromise the senate then
voted to reconsider It action. Ths
motion wa. m1s by Senator Tteed
democrat Missouri and was adopt-
ed by the vote or th democrats and
mild reservation republicans.
The effect of the reconsideration
was merely to bring the committee
resolution back lo iha same status
It occupied before the rntlficaUon
roll cull. Tho vote was ti to 30.
HefuM M Adjourn.
An effort bv Democratic leader
llll.lieo'k to hate tile Senate ad-
journ at this state failed the mild
o-sei vatlonlsl liulcg up w ill tho
other repiil.licaos snani-d the ad-
journment million The vote was U
The roll call on the lidge reso-
K. p.ibiican.-- Hall ("alder. Cap-'
per .'oil. I'ummlna. Curtis Dil-
lingham. J-.lg'i Flkiis. l-Velliig-h
lycii. Hue llurdiiig. Jones
VA iishmgtnn Kellogg Kenyon
Keyes. l.i nrooi lo lg.. .M.'. 'uiu-
l.er. .Mclean MrN'iry Nelson.
New. New berry. I nge
I'oipps. Smool Spencer
Soiherlao.1. Tow i send.
I 'en rope
St i ling
w. rtb. VSarreri and VSatson Si
I ciii'iora'' - i lore Sl.lelda.
Smllh. lieorg.a; Walsh Masa.tchu-
setta. --Tolni Jl.
It joibiic:. Ii a
gee I- i rMI
nlifornta; l n . )m
I'orml k. Mose. N'or-
De.noirais A.bursi rtanKhead
I .. K 1." in. Clianii.ei I i in C i 'l'orson
Dial. Fletcher i lav. ilt'i'i. Ilarr'e.
I '-. l IH'.II. Hend. l r...n. Illlcheock Me.
l:..':Mr yv.r- Niif.ua .iveetoan
I'helin. rinoian. I'uiiii'tfiii. ftsns.
bit. Le l It. . I. ii. Sheoptrd. Sim-
mons Smith Mion. i Sioi'h Mary-
lind; Smith South Carolina. Stsmev
Swsrison Thi.. is Tr-.mniell. Under
wood Walsh. M..i.iaoa Williams Slid
..lci.lt - 4 1
S. in-nr t l. r ..i'.'l. iim .f New I
M.i. " C.e "Mi' il'.'-' lit lll'-lMher.
v:IS . pose.l lo the ....lg reiol'ltlon. '
t . .i Ci r t a it o. ot ir em. n i l.j Sena.!
lot I ' I j I - s I elol I. : I.-1 n w it . p
Senatoi II tclo oik lonitllt IO Offer I
n i f . ..- i Tttil... r. . rv 1 1 Ion- t")t !
I poll' (t o: d'-r b. lteilM I. a o '
lu'. TIM. kl US FAviB TIHRTIEg J
; t J j '
crva.tof O V.UfvJfiewisxt
Keporls from ths capital slats
that Senator Underwood a elated to
succeed the late Senator Martin of
Vliginia as democrat!. leader In
the senals. During the irnnuiMi
war session Senator Underwood
waa a great aid lo Senator Martin
and It la said Ihat th Senator from
Virginia feeling mora and mora th
plDslcal strain of the war seaalon
depended alnuwl entirely upon H-
ator Underwood a aid.
TWO TULSA GIRL'S
MAY BE KIDNAPED
Freshmen in Central High
School Missing From
Home Several Days.
HER COMPANION GONE
Myra Waters and Casaie I'ul-
len Mysteriously Leave
Just why "X eiiial. the minus
nuantlty" and why Vilallla omnia dl-
vlsa In paries ties." should he pari
of any high schoel eurife.Vyyui no
lunger Is worrying' Cassia Ptrrfiiii 11-year-old
dsughler of lx-o I'ullen oil
leas saieamau. Th I'ullen home I
at liurnelt and Owasao.
Il wa. late Monday night police
officers say when Cassia left her
horn. When she left .he told home-
folks that she was going to visit a
girl frlnnfl and since then she baa
not been seen.
Missing with lh I'ullen girl who
wa a freshman In Central high
school . Myra Waters I lodge and
Norfolk Where Ihe girls have gone
.a a mystery. Detectives who have
been engaged last night aald Ihat It
was thought they had gone to Kan
Parents of the two girl were un-
able last night to explain why the
girls left their homes I'ollce of-
ficial were puxl"d but said Ihat
ihey were working on the theory
that they had bean kidnaped.
Shooting in U hich
Man May lie Killed
That u middle aged man. the
vl. liin of a daring hold up near the
liiieisei lion of A d in it a I and Owaa-
i.i at ll :i o'clock yesterday morn-
ing. Is Ivlng dead In an obscure
place wheie he wa left after
having been Khot to death by the
robbeis s the opinion of several
pcis'ins who live In that neighbor-
hood. I'aul Hastings laxl driver who
lives on Souil! N'oifolk avenue
beard two nIhiik find as lie was
n.'u.-lrg the corner Admiral and
Norfolk and pneaing saw a man ly-
ing lira pool of l.loi.ii mi the side-
walk Two men were bending
over him line of th nmn picked
up the body and s'nrted crtylng
It In Ihe direction of Admit al bou-
levaid while the other disappeated
In atiotlo r direction iii-emdlng to
a Hi.iv Has'll.g told the pot. re
S.veiai (.-. .m m who live In Ihe
home of John C.l..iker- III front
of whose house the shooting oc.
curied told siorirs which tallied
with that of Hasting They said
they overheard a conversation be
I ween KeverHl men th it a gruff
r.ce shouted "put them up " An-
other voice replied "I have no
money" and a third s.l ! ' Shoot
liito. imvwitv. -if.cr which th"
slioti were fir.1 and the wounded
liulti v is can led aW.iv
Cl.'.-clet 111. "ledUlelv called
the poll" - who f.. ijid a pool of
.. ...1 on ih - -j. I. will; an. I a tia l
of 1. 1 io-1 iirtdinc down the boule-
On Three Counts Over-
LONG SESSION CLOSES
Upper House Quits at
11:08 After Pact Is For-
mally Laid Aside.
ASK TO SAYWAR OVER
Resolution Is Offered by
Lodge Both Houses
to Vote on Proposal.
All Efforts to Come to
Agreement on Accept-
WASHINGTON Nor. II Falling
after three attempts to ratify lb
peace treaty th aenate lata tonight
laid It aside ended th pctl
lion and went horn.
All compromise effort to brine
Lratiflcatlon failed th thr reso
lution or ratification all golnrdoww
by overwhelming insjorltte. Tn
republican leader apparently de-
spairing of bringing two-third of
the senat together for any ort f
ratification then put In a resolu-
tion to deelar the war with Qr
many at an end.
Twin nf the three r. t Ir! I (j.m ..Im
ware taken on th roluttoa
drafted by the republican majority
containing reservation which Presi-
dent Wllaon had told rt.moerstltn
eh tors in a letter earlier In th
day would mean nullification of th
treaty. On each of th vote moat
or th democratlo supporter of th
treaty voted against ratification.
llotuka Matt Agree. 7
Th Lodg resolution which
would require aaaent of th housefl
declared that th aattml hostility T
th afwn 4tHflWi reoii i
lb AMoan dt4raUon f war had
oas4 thai aa arwiiatlo ha bee
signed and proposed that eongrea
declare that the "stale f war la
hereby declared at an end."
AfJ.tr th peace treaty had bees)
laid asm ana ui ran roan mu nag
been made the unfinished business
Kepublican Leader Lodg mv4
that th ssnat adjourn sin dls.
Th motion ws voted down. Th
I-odge motion to adjourn waa lost
11 to t.
nay Action final. 0
republican Leader IOdge declared
that under the raise the senat
action wa final tin lea th triy
wa withdrawn and than r-ub.
milled by th president Th dem-
ocratlo Issaer did not agree with
Kepublican leader 1odg de
clared today' voting constituted
final decision on th peace treaty
unlase President Wilson circumvent
ed the senate rule by withdrawing
It and then submitting It again t
th aenate. In other quarter thera
wa om difference of opinion but
the general ntlmnt med to b
that there waa only a elender ehanr
that th trex'y would eom up at th
beginning of th next seasloa f aa)
gteea beginning next month.
(IbotiBseid War Isvw.
Ona effect of th enl' fallnr
to ratify th treaty will be th con-
tinuation of various wartime law
and regulation at least until th
new session opens. Among these I
ths wartime prohibition 'a'L
The resolution presented tonight
to declare a stal of peace will com
ii- at the begli nlng of th new seev
alon snd I expected to start another
stubborn fight The administration I
understood ro be opposed to sucn
a method of legally ending th war
and in th background I a consti-
tutional que. inn at to whether con-
gresa ran do so by a reaolullon net
requiring th presidential signature.
It waa auxgesied tonight among
democratic .enators that President
Wilson might be asked during the re-
res to fl out th other power
as lo thir attitude on reservation
with Ihe Idea of bringing the treaty
to some aort of a ratification after
The second vote on the majority
ratification resolution was mad
possible by the mild reservation lata
who voted with the democrat to get
the mens ir before the senate snd
thua give an opportunity for any
eleventh hour compromise propoel
tlon Ones the! had been accom-
plished however the mild grou
held out against nil effort of'th
democrats to put In their suhatltut
reservations so that when the o-
end vote ws reached after sev-
eral hour of sparring the situation
vtr'ualiy wa. unchanged.
The r.-s.lutlon for ra'lflcatloa
msTiNTr.n os r-AOK two
W. V. Ncwsum
r.oulder. Hot wren Third
nrul Fourth St..
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