Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 92, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 30, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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Fall In Market Had Hit Ryan
Who Had Lots of Stutz
NEW YORK. Nor. 20 A number
of btokiri ara reported !n sacretses
BATES FINDS HAT
HAS BULLET HOLE
A bullet bole to hiN hat diarloaerl
to Jfo<* Bates, federal prohibition
iofflcr, Monday, that he narrowly es-
caped Mb *h -n Kirby Fran*. hi*
companion officer, waa killed st
I erry, presumably by (««org*- Wills,
lie had not announced the discovery
Bate* and Fran* ware In tha cel-
- of Willa' horn®, dismantling a llq-
or still. Willa appeared in the
urway, It la aaid. and fired twice at
• men. Fran* died of the wound
reived. Fntil Monday it was
>ught that the other shot went en
Dan Dexter, a brother-in-law of
with them I
TO STAND BY GUNS
K'n to th. ..«U_ .nd | will., wa. in th. _
appeared for a day, and then lava
Three Boys Alleged to Have
Robbed Store and Stolen
Polite are looking for three boya.
all about 20 y iters. who ara reported
to have robbad a atora at tha rail-
way depot in Davenport. Okla.
Arcor.llnir to th« t.Ie«ram from anu.>bike"hilT
I>avenport the boya left there Sun-
day night on "tba Governor," the
liabllitiea of Allan A. ityan. Wall
•treet broker, wboae business affairs
they bare taken rrver.
Ryan laaued a brief atetement say-
ing na had asked for a retainer and
tha lawyer was to reply tonight, in
the meantime, Ryan refused all in-
terviews or further statement*
It was reported Ryan had gone to
Washington to confer with < omptrol-
ler of the Currency John Hkelton
Williams At the same time it waa
reported be wan il at hit hotel.
Other rumor* circulated were that
Ryan had appealed to his father-,
Thomas Fortune Ryan, for ssslst-
ance. The elder Ryan is a director
in one of the bai ks pertb Ipatlng in
the move to control the Ryan assets.
It was reported collateral offered
by Ryan waa more than sufficient to
meet tha tIS.000.000 liabllitiea Hated
against bis name. Ills difficulties
wer«j incurred In the declining stock
markets, bia eomer in Bluti Motor
■tock last summer and hia subse
quent exclusion from the New York
The collateral of which the banks
Maumed charge wan aaid to bo
Ryan's extensive holdings In Htuz
and In Industrial concents. Hankers
in admitting their action declared
they already had aided In atcadylng
tha stock market and that a number
of brokers involved In Ryan'* trad-
ing had been helped.
Hy K*(l*r !fl Frees
WASHINGTON. Nov. 2&—Edward
Keating, manager of tbe Plum Plan
league, formerly member of the
house from Colorado, predicts that
<on*ress will refuse to adopt any of
the further legislation demanded by
Senator Cummins ;.nd th- railroad
companies deaigned to take away
from railroad employee the right to
: quit their jobs.
"It la possible that the aenate. lie-
cause only one-third of its members
must far*- the people two years
hence, will be willlriK to pass an
said Keating. "But
the members of the house do not en-
... Joy the Immunity of the ternv They
eipresa from it. wh,£h have Just gone through a fight in
readies Oklahoma < Ity 7:25 at night, whfr-h our boya were organized, and
They atola tha railway tickets, it is slthough we did not succeed in wMp-
. piug so many of them aa we wanted
I'd!Ice believe the boys to he in gave them a lesson. Every
possession of a bundle containing practical politician knows that when
leather coats and several other u permanent organization of his
clothing articleg.^^^^^^^^^^^^ enemies Is in the field, lit may beat
them onca or twlca, but in ttuf long
run they stand as excellent chance
| to beat him unless ha comes to
k T%r* nniAI/rn terma. lie can either remove their
AKr K r mi I V r 11 grievance or take the count,
T LiU ongresa has enough practical
„ . , , ■■ politicians in its mamberahip to
ciro Timo «inro iaii That Organization to Be Method of i' ua sure that, if we keep on the
Nrsi lime 5ince_iyij inai PHll^finn rWlorao Job. we shall win. We are going to
keep, ateadily at the one great issue
before tho nation today the laaue of
up to officers. lie ia now
ng at Wills' bouse in Perry.
Condition Has Existed In
State, Says Official.
WASHINGTON. Ninr. 9 (By ti.
p.) No bank coming under fwl.ral
Pickets were removed from the
A cherh ,* .11 uamplarad nwn w rl(>lh, ,u d
who apply for work at the sin («cl«ral ..."
from Rorabaugh-Brown's. Monday
A policy of • ducation through or-
ganization rather than through pick-
ets and postern was decided upon by
i. rinH n.ii U e Council of Action of organized
purpose of the check Is to find out
. 1... . ,.t m«n ,.t irarlnna Ira/lni latJOT.
state employment bureaus In Okla-
homa Is being taken thia week, ac-
cording to O. L. Hudson, superin-
tendent of the local bureau. The
"The Council of ^Action haa changed
the number of meu of various trades
""Thli"laUthflfflr«tl<ttmo .ln« 1013 I "■
r. 'jrZLsrsz&Px, WMS5 s -z
r^rp^rrrr, ;ruf ... ,««;
trad km and .killed workmen, who for " «[' "?" " 'b" "ame
, "ara have had n difficulty In *.1- w b ve ,der"1,Hd 10 *"
of our enemies and resource. In a
There I. no appreciable drop In «WW'«n ' education and orgauiza
wages, but tho men show a tendency ! U®JJ- lllLM_..i_ nf "*
- — u aci-ept Jobs which are poorly paid . , , tli«re are upwards ox nrty cimnl- at the Hucklna hotel
•upervlslon had made loan.i to Allan Hntj wh|Cj| they would not take under | *OCAl unlona In tho city at the pres- Monday. They will appoint a com-
A. Ryan, which are not covered by or(unary rondltiona, the auperlntend ent w"' be possible to or- mmee to act as a legislative body,
sufficient collateral. Johr* Hkelton , |tnt derlired. ITnlens there ia i« *an'ze twelve or fifteen more and general belief of the men
Williams, comptroller of the cur- plpU.Up lrx road building nnd In rail to "trengthen aoine of thoae already ,)rl.sent seemefi to be that the legla-
rency, «ald today road work there will be no relief. b« cha,r,lreret1;,, ... - latlve committee could not function
Wllllama gave out a short formal t,a|^ will keep the names of the properly unless representing a body
•tatement following a conference open .hopper, con.tantly before the I ()r an a,SOC|Rtlon. Plan, for a state
with Ryan, a New York capitalist, - —* — —Uin -•wl ,v,",r *r,H 1
yesterday He t ame here to secure
the aid of Williams agiiin|1 i • ^ *** j names 01 inose wno wisn 10 re-1 rj^e Btnte retail associations
Eighteen Cities Represented;
Chose Legislative Com-
Forty repreeentativeH from eigh-
teen cities In Oklahoma were pres-
ent at a state meeting of retail mer-
charged were efforts by New York
banks to make It appear that blH 1
financial affairs were not In good
shape. Williams' statement was re-
gardwl as aupportlng Ryan.
Ovmn anuyvein / u« .« ut* 0r an association Plans for a state
'• OT/\r*VWMrAT A n r membership and their friends and ugg0clatlon of retail merchanta were
STOCKMtN ARE :rKrrr: S.-sris suns
HARD HIT TOO
The southwest la vitally concerned
In the livestock markets as a largo
portion of the people derive their In-
come from livestock sales. More
than $70,000,000 in loan* are carried
fry the federal reaerve bank at Kan-
sas City on livestock In the district.
That the people enKaaed In the
livestock industry have been mate
nounce connection with the f>ther statea and their work of com-
open ahop division of the chamber i j,ftt|ng undesirable laws, were cited
of commerce. tins over" desirable laws, were cited
"Wo expect to conduct a campaign a- un. tXftmpi# 0f what a leglalatlve
of enllghtment^ committee representing an ua«ocl;i-
tion should do.
-Must Organise for Jpuslnchs.H
One enthusiast In favor of organ-
izing a state aasoclatlon, stated that
heretofore the merchants had had
and workers In general and to edu-
cate them to use the Initiative and
I referendum in legislative matters.
"We will furnish to the union men
and women and their friends a list „1T ,.Tn.f. „
of all firms and Individuals who have gOG(j business, and had never found
iiv«imtki 11intimi j .. . ...... withdrawn from the open shop raoyH- time to organize, but added that they
♦ rlally hurt is shown In the fact that nwnt, to be used in connection with ; hft(1 pjenty of time now. as business
|livestock prices have aa rt whole de- 'buyers' guide recently pub- J ^ faujng off.
'cllned 30 per cent In the past six Ushed."
.. n . , a, . .«f, months. Hogs, ahsep and lambB " r
Men Believed Implicated In ,i,ow a d-nine of «o cent and rich man's aide
Bank Burglaries May Be 0,1,1 inul°" *" ,lown 60 p,r reveals $105,000
FOUnd. Hheep and horses ar« a. low aa in bonds in attic
pre-war prices nnd tho decline In | , , ■
Pollcs bellsvo they are on th«- other livestock threatens to reach' TORONTO, Nov. 20.—Dlscovery'of
track of two notorious bank robbers, tlmt mark soon. The sensational de- 1 §jog.OOO In bonds In the attic of John
dines have seriously affected many Doughty's home here, was announced
stockmen who acquired livestock a.t . to<|Uy by police shortly after the ar
high prices. rival of Doughty In custody of de-
The horae and mule market la all tectlvcs who brought him here from
but demoralized. The southwest Is Oregon City, Ore. Doughty was the
who have been implicated in rob
beriea in Oklahoma and Texas for
the last three months
Sunday afternoon a negro walked
into the police station aaked
In his search for two men with whom j not selling a carload of horses or i secretary of Ambrose Small, Toronto
Police said Doughty revealed tho
he had made the trip froin Fort mules today where it sold flfteon a millionaire, who disappeared a year
Worth, Texas, to Oklahoma City In a j y«Hr ago. The good grades of horses ftR0 Doughty and several hundred
Pierce-Arrow touring car. land mules have slumped more than thousand dollars vanished at the
According to the negro a atory, tho fioo a head, according to stockmen. HHme time.
mint bad hired him In Fort Worth to
•chauffeur" the automobile to thin \A/n|Wip|\J GOING AFTER
city. A few miles from Oklahoma \ LR
City they put him on ,tUe train, tell MUNICIPAL OFFlLtb
in* him to ,„e.t then, a. the Kin* MRS_ upton declares
kade hotel Hundgy.
Tbe chauffeur waited faithfully all
Sunday afternoon, he said, and when
legislature may vote
soldier hospital fund
An appropriation for a soldlera'
hospital will be made by the com-
ing legislature, James C. Nance, rep-
resentative from Stephens county,
predicts. The only measure he ha*
been asked to support is the pro-
posed soldier hospital measure, says
Tbe amount of the appropriation
and the personnel of the commission
it is proposed be named, are under
discussion. The program, as now
talked. Is to name the commlaalon in
the bill. Secretary Joslah Chat-
field, of the American Legion of Ok-
WA8HINGTON, Nov. 29.—Women
th. two men did not .how up. to«0 Iar" "n" rlt ""lre" ln
hi. .torv to Uie Dollce municipal election. durliiK the com-
He rlld '^r L^w tho nam. or M", "in 1*1
either of th. men. RU «MerlpUou T*'rlor ' Pton' Ohio, prominent
tallies with that of two notorious
"yeggs," according to I^ee Mullsnlx,
of the Bertlllon department. Tbe ne-
gro rscognUed the picturea of the
two bank robbers, Multenlx said.
WILSON MAY ASK FOR
REVENUE LAW REVISION
suffragist and one of Senator Hard-
ing's campaign chief supporters,
"There la no better place to start
clean-up programs than In the
cltloa," Mrs. Upton said. "Women
are well qualified for this particular
Hort of work, city government Is but
a larger housekeeping nnd that is
one thing women understand."
Mrs. Upton has been mentioned for
a place In the Harding cabinet, pro-
vided the department of education is
hiding placo of the bonds. They lahoma, believes there should be one
were found wrapped In an old newn-ior two popular legion members on
paper. Doughty reiterated be did the board and that others should bo
not know what had become of Small, citizens of high standing.
FARMERS COMPLAIN OF MUSKOGEE WAITRESSES
OVERCHARGING AT GINS WORKING 12-HOUR DAY
Complaint of overcharges for bag- i The state labor commissioner's of-
ging and ties continue to come from flee Is besieged with persons from
fanners against pins. different parts of th.* state wanting
J. A. Dixon and F. Kersler, farm- information concerning the women's
ers residing near chandler both filed nine-hour law.
HEW VOKk, Nov. ffc—Aboli-
tion of lDter«tiite railway traftic
Hundav will be brought about If
legislation urved by the Ijord'*
9 Da* Alliance nere euacted, ac-
cording to Information obtained
Kefomem who are seeklag
strict ftabiijtth law w«*re said to
be advocating a hill in conffreNv
which would make it illegal to
operate any train In Interstate
commerce of any kind on Sun-
day! close every government
ageaey, Including |K ->t eftices on
Sunday, aholUh Sunday n -w« pa-
per*, and provide a line of *.' 00
to *10,000 and six month*' lm-
priHOument for violation of any
of the e mandates.
The lie*. Wm, T. Manning,
rector of Tiinlty chnr<h, «.aid
much of the present laxity In oh-
nerrlng the Suhheth wa* the re-
Hiilt of reaction from the ex-
ces en of earlier crenerntloni. lie
declared the chnrch should be
encouraged In wholesome rete-
ntion* on Sunday.
ENDED: DELEGATES SAY
RESTORATION IS SURE
BUFFALO, N. Y., Nov. 2D.—Dele-
gates to the twenty-third annual con-
ALLEGED JAIL BREAKER ventlon of the Zfonlst organization
HELD FOR TEXAS COPS '* ,T 'T \0,u>'
satUned that In their four daya con-
ALTT8, Okla., Nov. 29.—Claude vention they have made great head-
Pule, alias Henry Brown, said to be way toward reclaiming Palestine as
wanted on a charge of escaping from the Jewish homeland. The cqnven-
the Texas state penitentiary at tlon ended last night w ith a mass
Huntaville. was-detained by police meeting at which speakers urged
here today awaiting the arrival of American Jewry to do its utmost in
Texas officers. the work mapped out at the conven-
Hule, who waa arrested in this city tlon.
November 20, was identified today a resolution was passed thanking
U. S. Socialists Will Be Rep-
resented By Writer at Berne
Special to leader.
CHICAGO, Nov. 2D. —- In a letter
received from Kugeqr Deba at the
rational office of the Socialist party
here, the latter makes clear his ap-
probation of the party's decision 10
participate in the Berne conference
Referring to the nubject of am-
nesty, Debs writes:
"I am satisfied to leave the mat-
ter of amnesty entirely with the Na-
tional executive committee. They
will know best what to do."
The party haa decided that al-
though the time Is too short to
choose a delegate, it will be repre-
sented at the Berne conference by
a well-known writer who is now in
Paris and to whom credentials have
already been cabled. That person,
the Socialist party office announces,
Is delegated to observe and report,
but not to act as a representative,
so that the party will be represented,
STATE HOUSE MUD
MAKES'EM SWEAR •
A! IfiHinr R I ill] If legislator, want a demonatra-
I | Q lu I . * illllli 'Ion Of the truth that the .taw
H IN , 111IVI hoard of aff>lr" out of money, let
LklllllWb) th< ,u consider the fart that concret-
ins of the street, and driveway in
Conference on December 6th ^"'IS^eSE
Will Decide on
py Federated Press.
NEW YORK. Nov 2D.- Orsanlxa-
by finger prints.
SOCIALISTS OF FRANCE
PARIS, Nov. 2D.—The
federation of the department of the
Seine, emphaHlzed the split in the
Socialist party today by voting to ad-
here to the Moscow international.
The extremists carriea the day
with arguments in the rules laid
down by the soviet leaders for the
formation of a communist party and
support of the third International.
TEXAS NEGRO HANGED
FOR MURDER OF GIRL
BEAUMONT, Texas, Nov. 29.- Will
Johnson. ne rro. convicted of murder-
ing Miss Dot Vauchelet, a white girl
who resisted his attempts to rob her
on tho streeu of the city on Octo-
ber 21, paid the death penalty on the
gallows here at 11 o'clock this morA-
ing. The gallows wan erected inside
the Jefferson county Jail.
To dream of hearing a clock
strike Is said to foretell the death of
a male. Clocks In dreams are not
the governments of Kngland nnd
France for the Balfour declaration
in the San Remo treaty, which recog-
nises the rljfht of Jewish people to
a home In Palestine
Supreme Court Justice Brandels
Socialist was elected honorary president and
Rahbi Stephen S. Wise was elected
JOHN SHIRK ADVOCATES ,
OPEN SHOP FEDERATION
ON LABOR UNION LINES
To reach the capitol by direct
route from the present terminus of
the car line, it is necessary to drop
into a new-made vnd unpaved cut
.., .f „ *et out by climbing a bank on
tlon of the garment workers ^ ptatehouse aide. Arriving at the
United States into one great alliaw front d< or of the capitol women em-
*111 be perfected at a convention to : pioye« look at their mud-stained
be held in this city December 6. ac- shoes and wonder how long these
i . .-nAiinffid bv conditions will laBt. Some males
; Mpr,Lhv.hs.u.T.,nc.wh^. r ix
i e tht International, the AmaUa By the time « l«Klelature con-
mated nothing Workers, the United venes, mud should be almost to itg
'Moth Hat and < ap Makers, the In maximum depth. ^hen members
ternatlonal Fur Workers' Union, a I ask the reason for the marooned con-
possibly the Journeymen Tailors dition of the capitol, the answer will
Union and the United Garment W<jrk be: "No funds.
Decision to call the December con- UNIVERSAL MILITARY
ference was made at the quarterly (
conference of the International,
which has Just ended In Baltimore.
Among other important decisions.
the general executive board author- j
iied the opening of co-operative fac- .
■orlea to demonstrate the ability of, tc™P'.."J",'
the worker, to cpntrol their own ln *a , y , s , be mad.
-iu.try, at the ame tlra. produdn.: during the special .eaaion of con-
supwior clothing at low prlres New Kres. to he calledI by Pr.aldent-elect
York or Chicago will be chosen a Harding after March 4, it was
the scene of the experiment, it is learned today.
believed. ' Representative Kahn, California,
Declaring that the present cam- chairman of the house military com-
palgn by the clothing manufacturer^ mlttee. and other friends of the unl-
ro cut wages and stretch hours was vcrsnl military training have hopes
• aused by their own ruinous prof- of bringing their object before con-
Itcerlnp during the war. Schleslnger ^ress before then.
said that his union was perfectly
willing *to "readjust" wages If the
! manufacturers would allow the
workers In turn to readjust their
profit*. "Why should only wages be
readjusted?" he asked.
TRAINING BILL TO BE
UP IN NEXT CONGRESS
WASHINGTON, Nov. 29.—An
380 INDIANS WORTH
ONE WHITE. JUDGING
BY MASSACRE AWARD
CALCUTTA, India. Nov. 29.- Three
DESPERADO KILLS cop
IN SALINA RAIL depot
SALINA, Ivan., Nov. 29—Policeman
Tom Carson was shot and Instantly
killed by an unknown desperado
here this morning. He was making
an attempt to arrest the man at the
The desperado fired, the shot tak-
ing effect in Carson's shoulder, j- J 1
plowed downward. Carson took after
hundred and eighty Indian lives are ,he fenow> firing twice, and twice
equal *o one European. Judging from the CRrtridge would not explode. C'ar-
TULSA. Nov. 29. —Urging open
shop associations of the ntate to "or-
ganize as the unions are organized."
John Shirk, head of tho Oklahoma
city open shop movement, addressed
the local chamber of commerce.
Shirk advocated a state open shop
body along the same lines aa the
Federation of Ijibor.
TI HVl.Tl UNDECIDED.
WASHINGTON. Nov. L") J. P. Tu-
multy. secretary to President Wilson,
probably will decide within the next
few days whether he will accept the
place in the court of customs ap-
peals which President "Wilson has
Want Ads—Direct Results.
the scale of awards recently made
by the Hrltish government in com-
pensation of lives lost in the Amrlt-
Five Europeans were kiled during
this disturbance. Their families re-
ceived grants varying between 200.-
000 rupees (about 167,000) and 300
rupees (about ($100).
Over a thousand Indians were mas-
sacred. To compensate their fami-
lies, only 40 grants were announced
by the supreme legislative council
in India, and the amounts to be paid
run from 550 rupees (about $183) to
200 rupees (about $67).
The number of European injured
during the fray is not given, but the
average grant Is announced as 7,000
I rupees (about $2,300). Between two
and three thousand Indians were
, wounded M AmritCtfr. No grants
i were allowed ln their case.
son followed the unknown man 500
feet and dropped dead. There is no
clue to the murderer.
N. Y. PORT WITH GOODS
Ry Federated Press.
NEW YORK. Nov. 29.-Finding it
far more profitable to export their
goods at high prices than to wait
for the American consumer to buy
at cutthroat rates, manufacturers
have crammed the port of New York
Conpestion has been so marked
that the exporters have not been able
to absorb and ship the goods fast
enough, and have urged the manu-
facturers to use more consideration
in rushing goods to the coast in or-
der to make quick money.
complaints Monday charging the
Fanners Co-Operative company with
collecting $2.25 w*le $2.00 Is the
rate fixed by the corporation com-
speculative deals In grain Is to bo
sought by Senator Capper, Kansas,
as the chief Item In a program of
legislation which he intends to pro-
NEW YORK—Rescued from exile
by half an hour, Aaro Sulonen, mem-
ber of the executive board of the
Finnish I. W. W. publication, Indus
WASHINGTON. Nov. 29. Presi-
dent Wilson in hie forthcoming mes-
suge to congress may ask for imme-
diate revision of the revenue laws.
despite the decision of republican
leaders to postpone action on this p appfr OUT TO ARH1 IJsH
matter until after March 4. It was 1. ' "
Indicated at the White House today. GAMBLING IN WHEAT uY
White House officials stated the
president would sign any bill mak-
ing a wise revision of the revenue
Republican leaders in the house
and senate believe that the short
session of congress opening a week
from today Is too brief for such re
vision of the laws and they are dis-
inclined to undertake a piecemeal re-
Ah reflected in the statement of week
Secretary Houston, the president be- Capper said the grain gambling
lleves In a redistribution of the Wll probably will provide for a tax
taxes rather than any attempt to °' ^ I>pr ienl of value of the
lower them. goods Involved on all speculation
It was also indicated at the White ideals iu grain. This would prohibit
House that some amendments to the such deals, he said.
tariff law might not be accepted hy Other Items In Capper's program. anfl ordered deported as an undealr-
tho president, although It was not Included provision for credit to for- radical allen.
stated definitely what these were. olgn nations to stimulate foreign
trade; strict governmental economy
I. W. IV. TASK DISMISSED. and reduction of the vast army of
Hy Federated Press. government clerks
LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Nov. 29.— f
The case against Harry Orummer. p|D| PUAMftlTC UETD QTHPY
member of the Industrial workers of l/nMIMuLo Htn ol UnT
the world, who has been held by the ON WITNESS STAND HERE
local authorities for having at-
tributed «o-called seditious liters- Hearing of the case ln which Elll?.
turo, has been dismissed by the fed-lsnd Luther Fryman are charged with
eral grand Jury. The grand Jury immoral relations with their ll-ye«r-
held that the distribution of iltera- old sister, Roxlc lOtta May Fryman,
ture dealing with Industrial union- was held In Judge Oldfleld's court
Ism did not constitute an offense. Mondsy morning
The boys, who are both older than
the sister, first accused the father of
Tho last request Is from Musko-
gee. Women and girls are allowed
to work eleven antl twelve hours a
day ln hotels and cafes In that city.
It Is said, not knowing what the
law really is. The question was put
up to the attorney general by the
state labor commissioner for a legal
opinion some time ago, and ruling tty
Kl.KCTKIC COM1WXY \NKS RUHR
After plnitillnR alonft on pre-war
ratf through thr<>o y nr . thu Cleve-
land Elm'trlc Light company haa at- n,e commtaaloner awaits an opinion
tempted to catch atep by nukln* for t,y the attorney general.
an Increase. The company'" cane i—
was presented to the corporation Y0(JTH SELECTED
taycc em cpcnni ation* M " iWINTER CLOTHING SUPPLY
TAXES ON SPECULATIONS DEP0RTEE RESCUED FOR
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20 Pr.v.n- HALF AN HOUR ON WRIT
tlon Of gambling In grnln futures
through a prohibitive tax on all | My Federated I'tcmib.
pose soon after congress meeta next trlallstl. who was brought east from
j Duluth last week for deportation, re-
turned to Kills Island when his law-
yers sued for a writ of habeas cor-
After serving a year in the peni-
tentiary for failing to register. Sulo-
nen was taken in custody on July 28
DAVIDSON TO BE
c. H. buck, mounted
nCCIPCD menu ADPrn attempted rape. They finally
urriocn UlOUnMnUtU mitt«.l their guilt. Officers say
c. H. Buck, mounted poiiee-
man. was discharged from the
police department Monday.
The reason for the discharge,
as given out from the police
station, was "that Buck was a
married man" and hnd been
guilty of unbecoming conduct
On the stand Monday morning, the |
jglrl denied that she had had ira-j
.proper relations with her brothers.
When called to testify again ln the
I afternoon, she said she hud. and thai
her statement made during tb<
morning was untrue.
' WANT ADA BRING RESULTS 1
Lieutenant Oovornor M. E.
Trapp Is In Mexico; Governor j.
II A. Robertson is speeding on
his way to Harrisburg. Pa., and
Private Secretary Joe O'Brien
was endeavoring at noon Monday
to not ln communication with U.
L. Davidson to provide tho state
with an artiuk governor.
Neither the governor nor lieu-
tenant governor is expected back
to the capital within a week, and
unless Davidson, next in line
after tho lieutenant governor,
conies to assume the duties, the
state will be without an actlvo
bt.1.1 until opto of the absentees
Governor Robertson left at
1:46 over the Rock Island, Mon-
i'areful selection of a winter
wardrobe by the grand larceny route
is the charge agnlnst Earl King filed
In the Justice court of Joe Dcuprce
Saturday. One serge suit with an
extra pair of trousers, one black
Stetson hat and one brown Stetson
hat are the articles alleged to have
been stolen from Dave Balch, 124
Mast Fourth street.
King was arraigned Monday,
pleaded not guilty, and his hearing
was set for December 4.
H0PPS NOT A CANDIDATE i
FOR LEGION COMMANDER|
Who will be the next American
Legion Oklahoma City post com-
mander? Who will succeed Howard
B. Hopps, attorney, as leader of the
local ex-Service men?
At the Legion's regular weekly
luncheon Tuesday at tho Y. M. C. A.
candidates will be discussed as pos-
sible successora to the office.
Flection for post commander will
be held a week from Tuesday, and
a lively Interest -in possibilities Is
being shown, Hopps said.
"I am positively not a candidate."
Hopps said. "I do not want to bo
Want Ada- JL>1
GAS HEARING. SAPULPA
R. K. Echolo of the corporation
commission, accompanied by H. L.
Redak. official stenographer, left
: Monday morning for Sapulpa to take
j evidence ln the continuance of tho
Oklahoma Natural Gas company's
application for city gate rates. An-
other hearing will be had in Okla-
homa City December a.
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