Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Monday, August 30, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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One presidential candidate is already in jail.
It' what Cox *a}* about Harding and what
I'arding hays about Cox is true then both
••light to be where Debs i* non. \nd it' all
three were in jail one of them would lune
darned poor company.
Full Leased H'j're United /'reus Report—Member Federated
Vol 1—No. 13
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA. MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1320
PRICE, THREE CENTS
GOVERNOR ORDERS TWO SHERIFFS OUSTED
LIQUOR BEHIND COX. HAYS ASSERTS
Bailey and Open Shop HIGH PRICES
ITS A re Defeated
j Former Senator from Texas Sought Nomination as Governor
and Based Campaign on Opposition to Organized
Republican Chairman Gives
Senate Committee Long
Statement on Campaign
TAKES UP ALL CHARGES
Instead of $15.000,000 Cam-
paign Fund Figure to be
About Three Million.
CHICAGO, A ig. :V).—0«*Ran-
ized liquor interests in the
United Stales have sei out to
elect Governor Cox oi* Ohio,
president and ore raining cam-
paign funds fo- tho purpose,
Will H. Hays, chairman oi the
republican national committee,
charged today before the sen-
ate investigating committee
Hays read into the rccorus
a letter written b.v George T.
Carroll, president of Ihe New
Jersey Federation ol Liquor
interests, under dn'e of July
22, 1920, asking foi i conliibu-
tion to help elect Cox a:i f to
keep the anti-saloon league oui
The letter called Co\ s :10m
DALLAS, Aug. 30. — Former
Senator Joseph W. Halley was still
t'ar behind Pat 31. Neff, hi* oppo-
nent for governor, In Saturday'*
democratic run-off primary in par-
tial returns from every county In
the state early today.
In a statement, which followed
indieations of a landslide for Nrff
early Suiiduy, Bailey declared he
"would accept the verdict as final.**
Neff has 11 lead enrly today of
77,726, with more than 400,4M)0
votes accounted for. Ills statement
explaining tliut charges he was of
draft nue and did not register was
dm- to a nerror of his own about
his birth, watt generally accepted
today. Neff declared he had until
101s thought he was burn in 1*72,
which would have made liitti sub-
ject to registration. Ills mother,
he said, i.iuch to his surprise,
proved he was born in 1H71 when
he talked about registering.
Halley, who ran on an -opcn
shop" platform, made milch polit-
ical capital out of charges that
Neff was of "war age.** Hailey's
war record was also attacked.
Bailey was jeered Saturdaj mid-
night at Fort Worth while going
from a newspaper oflicc to hi*
hotel. A crowd of several hun-
dred leathered and although sev-
eral men were roughly handled, it
dispersed before police arrived.
Material of All Kinds So High
Building Capital Is Lying
Idle Throughout U. S.
Catholics in Ireland
Two Men Shot and Several Injured in Resumption of Rioting
Which Increased in Violence Early This Morning
Whole Province Driven Out.
CAR SHORTAGE BLAMED.
Report Indicates Little Relief
In Shortage of Homes Until
i:u:vi\ soi.itiKiis kii.i.kd.
DUBLIN, Auk. 30. Sinn Feiner
sympathizers killed eleven sol-
diers and seventeen civilians up
to August 21, according to an of-
ficial statement issued here to-
day. One hundred and thirty-four
policemen, forty-six soldiers and
forty-five civilians were wounded.
Wealthy Chicago Merchant Democratic Nominee Says All
Shot in Automobile and Wo- . Factions Have United to
man Companion Is Held. Support His Campaign.
ALTOONA, Pa., Aug. 30.—Confi-
CHICAGO, Aug. 30. High prices
demanded for building material an
a car shortage are tying up con-
struction in the west with the re-
sult several hundred million dollar)
In building capital is lying idle her-
Chicago leads with S 50.000.000
awaiting Investment for building
Building permits throughout the
west have slumped badly, reports
showed. The decline was peculiarly
noticeable in Des Moines. Dallas and
in fifteen cities In the Kansas City
federal reserve bank district; Detroit
St. Fa 111 On lncrcas".
St. Paul showed a. few new build-
ing contracts being let. However, it
was estimated approximately $30,-
000,000 worth of capital is being em-
ployed in building at present witii
$5,000,000 waiting use. Detroit build
BELFAST, Aug. 30.
I ing between Orangemen and Cath-
olics continued here today.
The rioting which has broken out
at Intervals for three days, centered
in the York street district, and in-
volved hundreds of shipyard worlv-
'lwo men were shot and several
were injured in the resumption of
rioting, which Increased in violence
shortly after 8 a. ui.
The riots have taken n toll of
eleven dead and fifty wounded. The
Oiangemen continue systematically
to shell the Catholics, more than 41.-
000 of wholun are homeless and des-
titute in Belfast. Property damage
is now estimated at $3,500,000. Sol-
diers and police are practically
Fierce tight- powerless to stem the savage civil
Tho entire Catholic province of
Unburn has been driven 41 way and
?,Q0'i have been expelled from the
Lallymacarret district. Five thou- :
sand Catholic workmen have been
forced to leave the Belfast shipyard.!.
Wife of Lord- Mayor of Cork
on Verge of Collapse on Ac-
count of His Imprisonment.
EVANSTON. 111.. Auk. 30. - Do- | ™ ^ '
daring a lorn- bandit held them up '"-nl 11 in* permits to July 31 this year were ,.0ND0N A 30.-Muriel Mac-
Mro <onferences in New York ho has 1,238 more than the first seven .
and killed her companion, Mrs. ........ lngt «Mr Sweeney, young wife of the lord ma-
. , „ . u combined all the democratic groups months of last year.
Gladys Jacobson, 32, drove to a hos- mflrhln. n.,. The amount invested in building yor of Cork, who has almost con-
pital here early today with the body , in Detroit this year totaled $54,538.- stantly been by the side of her hus-
of 11. B. Rhodes, 30, wealthy Chicago j ernor James M.>( ox today wa tray- ,,,10 jndlcntloll8 vvere however, th«> ^ h,R ,.nnrmlon b(K.Hme
" building has fallen off this month, i critical as the result of a hunger
Springfield. St. Iritis and San An- „rlk(, wa„ herR0,f on lhe verBe of
tonio, Texas, reported a building In a breakdown today.
, . . Alter spending three hours with
Show Slight Increase. tllR Iort, mnyor in Brixton prison
Fifteen of the leading cities in the t( . v t. . .
ninvni'dRv u-uu nn I
irrit irvn a "ptpht virtc.rv foi lis." ' drv goods merchant, tji the seat be- cling t>ack to C olumhu.-,
Th Ltp? in Mrt reads is icie her. Police held Mrs. Jacob- make preparations for his
I He leiiei in pari leaus as c^^e in the mother of a ten- stump battle In the far w<
follows: year-old-child. Rhodes
"The organized liquor trade of a five-year-old girl.
Of New Jersey has set Ollt to Mrs. Jacobson, according to
his ex tens! v
year-old-child. Rhodes is the father The candidate declared today that crease.
while in New York he was assured
the of unqualified support by the lead
said, drew a pistol and fired at the fight."
man who returned the shots, wound- W. G. McAdoo promised the gov-
ing Rhodes twice. The driver of the ernor he would be one of the most
roadster was not hurt, she said. The active campaigners.
alleged murderer turned and fled,
Mrs. Jacobson said, while she sought
MINERS ASK FOR $1.50 A
APPROVES 17 PER CENT
K \NNAS t
in his conferences and he has indi
cated he will reply to Senator Hard-
ing's proposal to "abandon the
. - . league and put teeth in The Hague
to the southwest Interstate coal op- tribunal," when he speaks at the
craters* association demands for a Ohio State Fair tomorrow,
modification of the biennial agree
upon you to help. Mote than
that, we are going to fight as
we never fought before, to keep
a hireling of the anti-saloon
league out of office.
"The nomination of Gov-
ernor Cox of Ohio for the
presidency h)' the democrats is
a big victory for our interests
and can be attributed in a great
degree to the activity of our
organizations. Governor Cox
iu !. nrnnnnnrpd wet and he can I onl miners
is a p ronouncea w« >L oklahoma planned to present today
be relied upon to approve an ......
amendment to the Volstead
act. And it is now up to our
organiaztions to stand back of
Governor Cox and Roosevelt
and poll a convincing major-
Hays also produced what he
said was an acknowledgement
by I. N. Heller of Newark, sec-
retary of the New Jersey fed-
eration of liquor interests, of
a contribution of $125 to the
deriCwLfirmlZtelvd;uh undeY'thV'headVl'ne,'"He"*Kep'tV's Out ^WAmadou, committeeman; D.
Hellei was immediately sub q£ War; wm He Now Drlve ,,s Into s v>otts, Wichita, and Ed. T. Hack-
poenaed by the committee. Another." This article was carried ney, Kansas fair price commis-
Havs produced the letter and under the line, "By Paul Hanna, sioner.
receipt, after having charged United Tress Staff Correspondent." United States Senator ( urtts ana
I "certain interests" were Th,s
of distributing lumber and materials
closely developments of the senate ^
campaign expenditures in Chicago, ^ aU kinds!
and then sent Senator Reed, com-
mittee member, cdpy of his Pitts-
Tftitg speech which will be formally
presented to the senatorial body.
New date on the new league of
nations was given to the governor | valued "at $3.576,f,47" this year,
a decrease of 36.3 psreent.
Republican State Chairman
Appoints Heads of Cam-
Appointments lo the utate repub-
llcan committee have been made b>
James A. Harris, state chairman. It 1
was announced Monday, at head-'
quarters in the Lawrence hote!.
The personnel will be: Harry 1
Gilstrap, head of publicity; J. K.
Dyche, treasurer of the state com- 1
mlttee and chairman of finance com- ;
mittee; State Senator Joe Sherman. I
superintendent division of agricul~ j
ture; E. V. Wright, chairman of the!
All are to open headquarters at
once, in the Lawrence hotel. In con |
nection with the general offices al-
ready in operation.
POLICE ASKED TO FIND
MANAGER OF AN OPERA
which physicians would feed '
him liquid food, it was learned NEW YORK, Aug. 30. Police of
. i .(iHonnnn from seml-offlcla 1 sources today. No Kansas City, St. Louis, Toronto and
Oklahoma City reported . 0,00 aUempt wju j)P ma,jr at forcible • Cleveland, were asked today to join
of building capital tied up. Nine
leading cities in Texas showed 1.3d
permits, valued at $6,247, 661 issue'!
in July last year as compared Mi
bank at Kansas City attributed this
to "a lack of transportation."
Their reports show "no relief can
:ome to present lack of homes until
The governor today was watching thore are i„rHKer and better means , '
In.nlv .ln< nlnnmnntu r\f tlin LIM1'.lti' ... .... , . ...I <> I IC
ness this morning and recognized
her. though he was unable to speak, j
MacSwcenev was expected soon to ,
relapse into a comatose condition, i
feeding while he is conscious.
According to the same authority,
a decision was reached at the last
cabinet meeting In Downing street
not to release MacSweeney
the search for Willis Maxwell Good-
hue, business manager of the Oallo-
Knglish Opera company, who has
been missing since August 15.
Last news of the missing manager
"T'o government recognizes the was received by his wife in
ment to provide an advance of wages
of $1.50 per day.
WASHINGTON. Aug. M.- Presi-
dent Wilson today approved the ma-
jority report of the anthracite coal
commission giving the miners a
wage increase of approximately 17
A CORKKCTIOK. .
AND DEMOCRATS MEET
TOPEKA, Kan.. Aug. 30.- -Demo-
cratic and republican party leaders
fro mall parts of Kansas were com-
ini; in Monday to attend the party
council meetings to be held Tues-
day at noon. State chairmen also
were to be elected. Among the
gram from Kansas City. He then
stated his intention of visiting St.
Louis, Toronto and Cleveland.
The Leader of August 20 carried prominent democratic leaders arriv-
I a dispatch from Washington. D. ('.. ing Monday morning were Colonel
nul Hanna is j a majority of the republican con-
he Federate! pressmen were at republican head-
vas an error,
. , , * . . u„ja correspondent of
rying to neill elect I OX. lie pre8a The article was written by quarters Monday.
said he was willing to submit I Mr. Hanna and sent out by the Fed- It is believed II. H. Motter
evidence concerning these in-|erated Press, not by the United , be re-elected state chairman
Twelve Thousand Workers
Walk Out Following Mass
Meeting Early Sunday.
NEW YORK, Aug. 30. Union
leaders directing the Brooklyn
Rapid Transit strike today declared
they would endeavor to completely
tie up the elevated roads and sub-
way lines in Brooklyn by a sympa-
thetic strike of motormen on these
routes. Several persons were re-
ported injured in the dash for im
const quenccs of its attitude regard
ing MacSweeney and Is ready to as
sums full responsibility," it was
Cabinet ministers were quoted as LABOR BOARD REOPEN
declaring that "the whole structure
•of criminal jurisprudence in Ireland
depends upon holding the lord ma- r
yor in prison." CHICAGO, Aug. I1
The prison physicians told Mrs °f bearings by till
MacSweeney that her husband is railroad labor board In which it re-
"too ill to derive any benefit from cently awarded railroad employes
food now." and that they "expect a an anm'al wage Increase of $600,-
Rewards Ottered tor Conviction of Persons Implicated in
Lynching—Negro Boy's Body Found Hanging West of
Town—White Youth Was Victim of Mob In Tulsa—
Sheriffs "In Collusion or Incompetent," Charge.
"Oust Sheriffs G. E. Johnson and James Wool'.ey, of Okla-
homa and Tulsa counties.
"Hold investigations to bring to justice, members of tlio
mobs at both places."
These were the orders of Governor J. B. 'V. I.obertsen to
the attorney general's ollice Monday, following long confer-
ences at the state rapitol.
Rewards of $500 have been offered by the governor for
the conviction of persons implicated in the lynch 'igs.
In Tulsa, the victim was Roy Bel-
ton, a 19-year-old boy. who pro-
tested his innocence even as the
noose was drawn about his throat.
He pleaded with his slayers that a
previous confession had been made
only under the influence of dope.
His last request was that a telegram
be sent to his mother In Tennessee,
asking her to take charge of hia
About 2,000 men. following twelve
masked leaders, were estimated to
have taken part In this hanging.
The body of Claude Chandler, son
of Charles Chandler, negro moon-
shiner, was found hanging on a
farm near Council Grove, west or
town. Monday morning. He was
thought to have been implicated in
the deaths of Deputy Sheriff Homer
Adrean, and Prohibition Officer
Stanton Weiss. Whether or not he
fired the fatal shots was unknown.
No charge had/ been filed against
Responsible negro leaders were
urging cool hendedness among mem-
bers of their race Monday.
It was predicted that no trouble
It was pointed out that the lynch-
ing was part of a wave of lawless-
ness and not purely the result of
racial differences The death of the
white boy at the hands of the Tulsa
mob was cited.
Legal action will be taken In both
cases, it was explained.
Governor Robertson's instructions
to the nttorney general's office
scored officials connected with the
Either they were in collusion with
the leaders of the mobs, he declared,
or they were physically weak and
incompetent to hold their offices.
The jail is on the top floor of the
Tulsa county courthouse, It was
pointed out. One man, armed and
determined, could have resised a
mob of hundreds here, said the gov-
The account given of the prison-
er's removal from the local jail was
classed as "tho stock excuse" in such
Inquisitions wero ordered held
wherever necessary to make exam-
ples of members of the mobs.
Wild reports that negroes were
arming, proved unfounded. Officers
KpccinI to lender.
GrrilltlK, Aug. 30. Hot Indig-
nation vva* expressed by O. C. Din-
widdle, Logan countv attorney to-
day, in discussing the ljuchitig of
Claude Chandler, negro boy, ar-
rested north of Arcadia .
That the Oklahoma county oflL
cers were without authority to
make arrests in Logan count), and
that If the death of the negro at
the mob's hands were due to their
negligence they would be guilt.v of !
manslaughter, were the charges
made b.v Dinwiddle.
Referring to the alleged state-
ment of O. A. 4 it rgi11. Oklahoma
county attorney, that he had
"poked a gun in the face of one of
the Logon county men,'* Din-
widdle averred that liny such
claim was "a lie.**
'M argill had a .!* Ill Ills belt
and a Winchester in his hand,** as-
sertcd IDnwlddie, *but he didn't
poke them In anybody's face, lie
worked his tongue a little.*'
< arglll denied >londa> that he
had made the "gun statement*' at-
tributed to him in a morning pa-
per. It was this quotation which
IHnwiddlc had declared false.
The Logan county ottycinl ex-
pressed wonderment that Okla-
homa county officers crossed the
houndnry line to make the raid In
the Hrst place.
"The sheriff here would have
been glad to co-operate In mak-
ing tlie raid, had he been in-
formed,** declared Dinwiddle*
(arglll charged yesterday that
the bodies of Dent) sheriff
Homer Adrean and II. S. Ol'lieer
Stanton Weiss were treated disre-
spect fnilj by Logan rount. offi-
"They were left lying in the dirt
while an impiest was talked," Car-
gill said. "1 would not permit
JAPS HOLDING LAND—
U. S. NOT TO INTERFERE
HEARINGS IN CHICAGO
who motored north to meet a color-
ed mob which was alleged to have
vote of California on the mea.ur. "T"6'1
* un^kni/i w'th statements that no disturbance
for absolute prohibition of landhold
1 ing by Japanese for November, can
Re-opening not f)e prevented by the United
could be found.
Sheriff G. E. Johnson, when
change for ttf(
worse within twenty- 000,000, is sought In
vlth the hoard by
States government, It was nalil of- 'hc governor* statement,
finally today. ''•'""I any '"'P1 ™tion in the mob.
As the result of extended nesotia- '. , J18 01,' driving with my wile
Hons between Ambassador Shide
l he declared.
DID FIELDS OF GREEN
BECKON PRISONER FROM
UGLY OLD COURT ROOM?
Railroad Telegraphers. Should the
request be granted it would mean
that all railroad employes dissatis-
fied with the award would appeal
for futher wage increases.
petition filed hara of California state , "'""ors „r imprnd|nif moh y|o_
H -•1 state do- lence had b<!<'n current during the
SOCIALISTS TO MEET
AT FAIRVIEW MONDAY
"Submit it," said Senator
Kenyon. Hays then read the
letter. Hays declared with
great emphasis in response to
queries by Senator Reed that
"there is not, never was and
will not be any arrangement
or agreement with men of
large means to underwrite the
He also denied that any cor-
porations had contributed to
the G. O. P. fund and said hc
had no* heard of any promise
of future favors in considera-
tion of contributions.
In closing his direct
mony, Hays declared:
"This liquor business is bad.
You ought to go into that."
POLES ON GREAT SCALE IS BELIEF i
the statement said. In the Svirz sec- stations
Russians Will Not Quit Poland tor (20 miles southeast of Lemberg) crowds,
Learns and Are Organizing r^ToT^a^^u^dror
New Armies to Throw "DuriiiK the nlcht of August 26-27.
A/Wincl Cnominc General Pawlenko's army forced a
Ayaluol Qllcllllco. passage of the Dniester, (southeast
J of I .embers). and Is advancing
WARSAW. Aug. 29.- Preparations northward.'
While the Judge and his attorney
were discussing the terms of his
sentence, Monday, Otto Keurd
meaning only well, It Is averred. Socialists of Major county will
provised jitneys and trucks during stepped out into the court room to bold a rally at Fairview on Monday,
the "rush hour" but no serious out- stare at the massive furniture and September ti C. H. Ingham, candf-
breaki were reported the murky walls. date for representativ
Either the soft, warm air. and the Anderson, nominee for
NEW YORK. Aug. 30. Brooklyn's verdure of distant fields beckoned mlssioner. will speak.
surface car lines were tied up todpy him, contrasting with the squalid
by a strike of employes of the Drook- .surroundings, or he became lost in
lyn Rapid Transit company. Strike the court house lobby and strayed
leaders estimated 12,000 men were: away.
out. Thousands of persons rode to District Judge James I. Phelps,
iork today in improvised Jitney and Attorney Porter H. Morgan, who
usses or walked. says he took the case without hope
The Interborough subway system of a fee, had Just completed their
was unaffected and its underground j arrangements, whereby Keurk was
to receive a one-year sentence for
the alleged obtaining of a pair of
mules under false pretenses. Five
months already spent in the county-
jail were to apply on the sentence.
authorities, however, the - ,
partment holds hope of a settlement, ,,ay' 11 L
it was said authoritatively. T _ Jailer I ells of Ruse.
J. B. Saunders, night jailer, told
of the coming of the party. The
SOLDIERS RESTORE ORDER gate was locked, he related,
i hi nn r-AO-r iinmoiMP anf' ,wo mrn appeared when ho
went to answer the bell. One said
he was an out of town officer, wisli-
BELFAST, Aug. 30.- Soldiers and ing to keep a prisoner overnight,
police restored order today follow- When he opened the door, three men
ing a night and morning of rioting went in and "covered him" with
between Orangemen and Catholics, guns. There were about 30 in aT!.
Three men and a woman were The trio entered the jail alone how-
IN BELFAST UPRISING
nnd Scott killed today and fifty persons woun-
ounty com- i ed, bringing the total casualties up
i to fifteen killed and 100 wounded.
FEW I. F. OF L, HEADSTRITO
DELIVER LABOR VOTE TO COX
j were under way today to transfer
testi- the Rusao-Pollsh armistice negotia-
tions from Minsk to Riga In Latsk
General Rozeadowski. chief of
staff, said in an interview that the
bolshevik! evidently are planning a
counter offensive on a major scale
re stormed by immense
fighting for a foothold
aboard Its trains.
Police were stationed near the car
barns and at all points where riot-
ing was feared. The company may
plan to run cars manned by strike-
breakers durin gtlie day. Strikers
gathered near the barns, and it i
looked like any such attempt would
result in violence.
following an agreement between the m (he ],embeiK region
CHICAGO, Aug. 50.—Gov-
ernor Cox's charges ate (':tI<o
in what they say and libelous
in their purpose," \Viii Hays,
;hairman of thi republican na-
tional committee, deciared to-
day when he took ^ne stand
A conference of Russian and Po-
lish officials will be held in Drest-
I.itovsk regarding a transfer this
The bolsheviki obviously will not
quit," he said. "Of the seventy divi-
sions they concentrated against Po-
land only thirty remain, but they derailed three rr
are organizing new armies, especial- today. The enr
VELVET SPECIAL ON
S00 LINE WRECKED
NEENAIl, Wis.. Aug. 3D. — The
.'elvet special on the Soo lines, was
m here early
:is killed and
The Polish official communique jy Galicia, where they are arming the fireman injured. Two hundred
today described another red attempt j)un(is of peasants. passengers were shaken up but none Double shift
at an encircling movement in the According to the latest authorita- killed Ihe night.
Lemberg sector. tive information, the bolsheviki are The jar caused a lamp in 4h - bag-
"North of Belz, (forty miles north organizing an offensive in eastern gage car to overturn. Tb«* flames
of Lemberg). desperate fighting is dalicia with fifteen divisions *vhere spread to a shipment of ammunition
the first witness In the sen:'- proceeding with General Budenny's operations will resume their regu- which exploded The fire spread to
cavalry which was opened to Ty- lar course on the entire front the sleeping coaches but passengers
(Continued on Page Two.) • aouce, t22 miles northeast of Belz," shortly. i escaped.
Assistant Attorney (ieneral K. I..
Fulton has been assigned to handle
Hi- oijsDt proceedings against .Sher-
iff ( . II. Johnson. Il - was to be
present at the coroner's inquest in
Justice T. F. Donneir
The ease against James >Voollev
of Tulsa will be prosecuted b.v As-
sistant Attorney (ieuerai t . King,
Police have taken all precaution*
keep down further trouble h
Politicians Admit Campaign is
Not Showing Results Ex-
pected and Point to Ohio
Primaries as an Example.
broader statesmanship in his dis-
cussions of the problems of the in-
ever, and returned with the
Pursuit proved futile.
Saunders said ho recognized no
Inquest into the death of Claude
f handler, the negro who was lynch-
ed, was to be held before Justice
T. F. Donnell Monday afternoon.
That the attorney general's of-
fice would have a representative
present appeared likely.
The body was taken to Thomas
Edwards, colored undertaker. The
hands had been tied, and two shots
had entered the head, it was report-
The comparison of records issued I Voting Claude Chandler, the victim,
today is one of hundreds which was arrested by Prohibition Officer
labor has sent out. An attempt has Reed Miller, after Officers Adrean
been made to get into hands of the and Weiss were killed; Charles
working men the records of con Chandler, the boy's father, was dead
gressii nal candidates who have nearby.
voted against measures favorable to Logan county and Oklahoma coun-
labor. ty officials disputed over the au-
Labor leaders here claim their thority of the latter to take tho
campaign is already showing re- prisoner.
my their opposition was The entire trouble arose over a
for small primary ma- liquor still operated on the ( hand-
American Federation of La- jorltles received by Senator Cum- ler place, about eight miles north*
bor non-partisan jKilitical campaign tnlns in Iowa and Cndcrwood in east of Arcadia.
committee has issued a report which Alabama, and that they have de-
will be on duty through purports to compare th > records of feated for renomination less prom i . s. t iinsi s ItKPORT.
the two leading candidates from the inent congressmen. WASHINGTON. Aug. 10 The cen-
atandpoint of labor. Politicians here declare the cam- bus bureau announced the following
SAItAII BFR.MIAItDT RI.LAPSES. "Governor «'ox. said the report, palgn is not showing results ex- 1920 flutires:
PARIS, Aug. 30. Madame Sarah j "has shown himself possessed of a pected. They point to the defeat in Utah state, total -UM.446; increase
Bernhardt has been forced to aban- fuller understanding of the needs of the Ohio primaries of Representa since 1310 of 76,095, or 4.4 per cent.
!on her contemplated London tour the working people, and shows a tlve Emerson by former Senator Colorado county. Texas. 19,013;
| "owing to a serious relapse." | response Uj their needs, and a , Burton as evidence. i increase 116, or 0.6 percent.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 30.
of the American Federation
bor who have gone on record as
favoring election of Governor Cox,
court >lon- today planned a campaign, the ob-
I ject of which is to line up the la-
bor vote for the democratic candi- suits. They
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Newdick, Edwin. Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 13, Ed. 1 Monday, August 30, 1920, newspaper, August 30, 1920; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc149163/m1/1/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.