Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 108, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 18, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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The endurance of the inequalities of
life by the poor is the marvel of human
■society.—James Anthony Fronde.
Full Leasta Wire United Press Keport—Member Federated Press.
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLAHOMA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER IS, 1920
PRICE, THREE CENTS
MOB jURROUNDSJAIL; LYN CHING FEARED
|J||mn|||f 9 DF.AD: 4 HURT
STEELTRUST BREAKS LAW- MURPHY
u.s. sou to '
2 DEAD; 4 HURT
IN RACE RIOTS
Indict Miners' Friend. IRISH NOT I!
Policy of Withholding Steel
From Union Contractors
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17.—(By U.
P.)—Representative Frank Murphy
of Ohio, said today he is considering
introduction of a resolution to have j
the federal trade commission in-1
vestlgate the policy of the Bethle- (
hem Steel company which refuses to j
aell fabricated steel to New York
and Philadelphia contractors who
use union labor.
This policy was outlined by Presi-1
dent Grace of the Bethlehem com
yany, testifying in the New York
WORKERS IN SHOE INDUSTRY
DENYING BLAME FOR PRICES,
STRIKE AGAINST WAGE CUTS
Overtures to End Civil War
Spurned by Leaders of
LONDON, Dec. 17.—(By U.
Great Britain today worked
snarled conditions in Ireland to find
the strand that will lead to peace.
Among the snarles were recur-
! rences of shooting
amendments to the
bill, the efforts of laborites toward
Announcementorth.co8tof.„bor i™e £rwpaa'res ™fa«'oi will Confer With Democrat
in the production of shoes was com ln(.reas0 „f the price of shoes j Referendum On War
from J5 to $12 the workers' share! On HeienjIlUUIII Ull v*di
in the Increase can not be blamed
for the injury done the consumer."
The letter announced that the
Daonst, Lalonde Company of I
Montreal operating what they
term an "open shop,* called h
meeting of their employes and
succeeded in petting a fa to ruble
%ote oil a proposition to redneo
wages per rent and operate on
the hnsln of a 80-hour week.
The emplojes in the cutting de-
partment and sole leather de-
partment, being union workers,
toted to strike against the re-
duction. The strike Is now in
ntunicated to the Central Trades
Council of Oklahoma City at Thurs-
The communication states that a
special meeting was called of the i
executive board of the Boot and Shoe I
Workers Union, at Boston on No- ,
, vember 29, to combat the prop-
P.)_ aganda being distributed by employ- j
over eis to prepare labor for reduced j
"Insofar as the shoe trade is con- !
cerned," the letter states, "there is >
absolutely no justification for re- j
Cabinet Conference Also.
I MARION. Ohio, Dec. 17.—(By V. j
| p.)—Light on the plan for popular
; referendums on war was sought by
' President-elect Harding today in a
I conference with William J. Bryan,
j former secretary of state,
i Harding was also to discuss his
cabinet with Harry M. Daugherty,
bis chief political adviser, who prob
Mob Threatens to Lynch Ne-
gro Following Murder of
Indenendeiice Grocer by
Blauk—Negroes Fire Into
Crowd of Whites Killing
'I lie dcud in riot:
Lawrence t'lciiiuui, high school
boy, shot by negro rioter.
• trtluir Harper, negro rioter, who
shot ( Icnnitn, killed by mob.
F. 8. Me Henry, hukcr.
\. IV. .Miheck, jeweler,
I- red Kelly, barber.
The lirst three of wounded are In
a dangerous condition.
INDEPENDENCE:, Kan., Dec. 17.—
! (By IT. p.) Despite a heavy patrol
of service men, belief grew here to-
g and reprisals, duction in wages, bemuse such in- i
Irish borne rule creases as we were able to secure
h durinK the laat flve years were not
Sid Hatfield, chief of police of Mat-
"k j ewan. W. Va.. who is under indict-
ment on charges following a pitched
"iii- fQ„nPO ti,B battle on the main street of Matewan
Grace said his concern favors the , jn whu h teQ men werfl kil|ed The
••open shop' and will sell steel oniylj" ^hen "'detectives ! land of Cork to the commander of
lo contractors who use open shop tho coa, mjnt, operato,s ut. the royal Irish con.tabuiary.
methods. . tempted to arrest Hatfield. Striking | mander had wired the prelate
'•This policy is un-American, saU11 mine,.a and residents o! Matewan ! pressing his sorrow that
Representative Murphy. It is a ht . detectives who finally \ should have wantonly shot 1 at her
violation of anti-trust laws. It will I g , seven dead C C Test- Manner, who intervened m behalf of
delay building at a time when the , J~^^o;e^nMXtan; and two! a peasant quarreling with a pol.ce-
nation is far behind in housing. lstriMng miners were killed in the man.
• The Bethlehem Steel company, ("".'ir 1 -[ c annot accept or convey to rela-
tives the verbal sympathy of an in-
_.,ual to the increase in the cost of
peace, and the uncompromising atti- living."
Hide of Sinn Fein leaders and sym- "The public has been lead to be- , Montreal also has announced
lieve that the high cost of shoes is duction of 15 per cent ar
Pathizers. largely due to the increases in workers are on a sanctioned strike
The latter was represented today wageg whUe as a Inatter Df fuct the 1 to resist the reduction.
in the message from Bishop Coha
ably will be offered the post of at- ^ ^ Qnly )eader iH necessary
torney general. , to carry out the evident determina-
Advisers to the PjesWent-elect tl) , h Noblc 0reen.
r the feasibility of lhe '
s m wujinT
with its millions of backing should j a".ar.;
not be permitted to coerce con-
tractors into employing nonunion
labor; it is time that somebody took
Grace and other witnesses prob-
ably will be called before the senate
committee on reconstruction and
production which is planning to
make a national investigation of the
building trades similar to the one
carried on in New York.
The investigation committee will j
be composed of Senator Edge, New >
Jersey; Senator Calder, New York;
Senator Kenyon, Iowa. The com- I
mittee will first go into the coal I
trade particularly as it affects the j
lack of building, and then turn to j
an investigation of housing short- i
age. ( aider is a New York building
Officials at the American Federa- j
tion of Labor headquarters today |
scored Grace and his company's j
HOW AT LEADS IN
Decision on Gas Company
Appeal Expected Before
What is expected to be the final
hearing on the Oklahoma Gas and
Electric company's petition to the
are split over me leuwuim; «■«« j with the jail surrounded by sev-
'ompany of , suggested referendum on^ war.■ eral hundred whites, indications
unced a re-' Governor < oolldge sees J i wcre the black prisoner might yet
and the | Acuity in the way of _ crying• out
pay with his life for tho alleged
the proposal (oolldge exj - murder of Groccr Wharton and the
doubt as to how the idea of a pie bis- j r(,suUant race rlots
cite could be carried out In some ltalph Mitchell, baker, who last
night partially identified Green
No Verdict Reached in Trial
of Man Charged With
Assault Upon Girl.
WINS SCHOOL DEBASE
The Jeffersonian debating club of
the Central high school excelled the
Forums in the open shop debate at
tho Central high school Thursday
night by a decision of 8 to 1.
The jeffersonian debaters were as
follows: Fisher Ames. Jerome Bern-
stein. and Ernest Sharp. Those on
the Forum debating team were Roy
Spivey, Hal leek Bash and Oscar
Holderby. The issue was the opeu
shop. . . ,
The Jeffersonians had the open
ASKS FOR $15,294
Suit for $15,294 has been filed
against the Mid-state Electric coin- I
puny by W. B. Christian, following
an alleged breach of contract. Chris- |
tian alleges that his contract, inak- j
ing him sole distributor in Okla-
homa for the company's products,
was abused by thein.
FOR DEAD THIEF
MUSKOGEE. Dec. 17.—A re-
ward of $1,000 for a "live" thief
and $2,000 for a "dead" one has
beeu offered here by F. D.
Misner, wealthy oil man, whose
new automobile was stolen two
nights ago. The notice has been
posted at police headquarters.
Misner also offers $200 for the
return of the car.
"It's the best way to stop
thefts of automobiles," is Mis-
PITTSBURG, Kan., Bee. 17.—
Returns from all parts of the
country in the election of the
international officers of the
I nited Mine Workers of Amer-
ica show that Alexander llowat,
president of District 11, has re-
ceived :i nuigniuceiit tote. His
friends here are comident of his
election and numbers of local
business men are congratulat-
ing him on the showing.
What makes llowat partisans
particularly confident is a tele-
gram irom Illinois stating Mint
the locals of southern Illinois
hove given him an overwhelm-
ing majority. This telegram
came from the Belleville dis-
Telegrams from the Red Lodge
and Bear Creek districts of
}\ voming state that Harlan and
llowat beat l.ewis and Murray
about seven to one.. In Red
Lodge Harlan received 1.600
votes to 1.100 for Howat, while
Lewis and Murray got about 220
Through the southern Kansas
district the majorities of llowat
have been overwhelming. A
statement received last night
showed that forty locals had
tabulated returns ind.eating a
plurality of eight to one over
Phillip Murra), the opponent of
Howat for the vice presidency
of the International Miners'
I nion. There ore 120 locals in
Belated returns are being re-
ceived today and it is believed a
full report will have been made
by the end of the week. Okla-
homa miners are also said to
have given the llarlan-How at
ticket a heavy vote.
COURT ORDER SAVES MAN
FROM HANGING ON FlilDAY
hicago, Dec. 17.—Gene Geary.; barton always blamed his convic- j subsidiary of the h. 'm. Byliesby |
<^>nvicted murderer, was saved from j Uon tQ gpite work. company.Which operates public serv-j
being hanged today by an order of Jce coinpunies in 450 communities in
the state supreme court whig. R ft-j-p INCREASE REQUEST sixteen states.
stayed tho execution set for 8 a. m nttlC mv/nu«ou 111
today until the court can review the AFFECTS SEVERAL TOWNS
idence presented in a demand for j
The Lawton Gas and Electric com
Failure on the part of the jury to
agree on a verdict in the trial of M
Lingenfelter. charged with rape of
year-old Judith Mapes, resulted
In the dismissal of the jury by Judge
I. Pbelps, Thursday. The case
spector general whose men are mur-
i dering my people and who have
burned my city." the bishop declared.
Meanwhile other violence occurred
| with an attack on nearly 100 armed
1 Sinn Feiners on a small detachment
of soldiers. I
| A motor lorry rolled along the
; road at Newport near Tipperary.
The soldiers were instantly alert as .
veils rang out and rifles cracked corporation commission" for
I; r..m ledges over low stone walls "adjustment" of valuation of their retried during the
| along the road. The soldiers replied property 1n Oklahoma will begin be- nf
as best they could, but it was be- fo^ lhe comrai88ion Saturday morn-
lioved they were unable to do dam- The comp asks that the
age to Sinn Feiners who remained commjg8lon |lx their valuation at
hidden. Four of the soldiers w ere ^ 676,764. although records In the
killed before the machine had dashed ^ Editor's office show that for
through the ambush. taxation the company considers its
I I„aborites here submitted tliei. , ,, - _ on)y 13 910 663
| peace plans to Premier Lloyd George (, ' officials ' have publicly
last night and were said to believe Ktatcll \hat they are asking for this
that peace can be acomplished : hi(,h valuation so that "eastern cap-
| ihortly. lltallsts" can be interested in buying
their bonds. They deny that it will
be used as a basis for a readjust-
ment of rates, but the original peti-
"The increasing costs of operation,
notably fuel, necessitates a rear-
j rangement of rate schedules and the
pv 11 o Qnnntnr Hp company submits this valuation of
tx-u. b. senator odyb nt (he properly UBed anfl (ievoted by it
Knew Man While HC to the public service and prays that
Was in Prison 'the valuation be Checked and ap-
foreign countries where popular
vole Is not In vogue. , I the negro who robbed the Wharton
Harding, however, said it is k gtore today made positive his iden-
plan," but is presumably titication. This was being withhold
I from the public. Further trouble
I is feared when it becomes generally
i fcivery precaution is being taken
by otllciala to see that the law U'kes
it course. But the mood of the mlll-
I ing crowd of resentful whites about
• tho jail was unmistakable.
Crowd Grows Incensed.
Tension Increased today when a
i hidden assassin took a shot at Chief
1 of Police Hall. The bullet cut
next term of court.
C. Cargill. county attorney,
asked the maximum penalty for
Lingenfelter, asserting that 50 per
cent of the crimes reported to his
office were offenses against youn
girls under 16 years of age
the views of Bryan and the roii
tion of the public before announc-
ing his position.
I through his hat.
Near Green's 1 .
Onlv Enoucih to Last Few bag containing $300 was found. Mrs.
v-..,p pnft7o Pnmmk- Wharton identified it as part of their
Years, Booze uommis- , CUBh re«i8ter equipment.
sioner Tells House. Finger experts made photographs
of the finger prints found upon the
WASHINGTON. Dec. 17. (By U. | money till. They will be compared
p ) The end of the liquor supply In , with impressions from Green s iin-
this country is in sight. ; gers.
Prohibition Commissioner Kramer j Following announcement of posl-
told the house ways and means com- , tive identification of Green by Mlt-
mittee today that liquor stored un ' chell the crowd of white men gath-
Q. A. Harrod. attorney for Linger government supervision will last, ground the jail perceptibly in-
^ • only two or three years ir the rate creaseo.
at which it is Illegally withdrawn Is "Let s hang him and have it over
continued. j , with," one man sal"
Providing withdrawals could be | But evidently th
Senator Indicates National
Radio Stations May Be
WASHINGTON. Dec. 17.—(By IT.
U. Legislation likely to prove of
great economic and political Import-
nee Is in prospect as a consequence
of the hearings before the senate
committee on the cable situation.
This legislation would be confined
to regulation of cables entering the
Cnltcd States but may have an ef-
fect on international, political and
The hearings grew out of the con-
troversy between the Western LTnioa
and the government over the West- ^
ern Union's application for a permit
to land a cable at Miami Beach, Fla.,
connecting with a British cable to
Brazil at Barbadoes.
'I he Western Union disputes he
president's power to control cable
landings under license or permits
and claims a right to land under a
law passed In I860.
The government Insists on its right
to lay down conditions precedent to
the landing of the cable.
Senator Kellogg, chairman of the
committee, indicated legislation
would be formulated along these
1. Definition of the government s
power to require cable companies to
obtain permits and to impose con-
ditions before granting such per-
2. Authorization of some govern-
mental agency to fix conditions.
3. Authorization of national radio
stations to transmit press and com-
mercial messages as well as govern-
ment business and fixing a low rate
for the press.
crowd feared its
genfelter, made an impassioned plea
for the defendant, drawing a graphi<
picture of what he alleged was a
"frame-up" by the Mapes to the i „ *,'f" VYo'"nroner use" there would I numbers were not sufficient to cope
owrm^nittTbrlZirLu™ be enough to or twenty wtttto
him for an alleged assault upon J^cement can be accoia-1 The first show of violence came A||jes AISO Think Nation Can
:;^e°a^ "iyocaromcials0l>eratl°n was"brought" to^the JT V'tad Not Meet DebtS and
' been arrested following a statement j Keep Producing.
i CLUE IN hu was golnK horae and KCt"KU"
their daughter. He assailed
character of the girl.
' proved so that a proper foundation
„ T- for the readjustment of the rate
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo. Dec. ; 8chedules may be had."
iA friendship which started fourteen: be|jeve(j that the corporation
I years ago when the two were pris- commission win pass on this valua-
: oners in the Iron county.Missouri, ^ betore Jonuary 1, when ' ~
jail, caused former United States Hu„he8 newly elected republican
Senator Burton, of Salina, Kansas, conimjRSjoner succeeds R. E. Ech-
to appeal Thursday to the state, o1r Hughes has indicated that he
prison board for a parole for_Arae- would oppose it.
A committee appointed by the
chamber of commerce to investi-
gate the proposition reported
fuvorably 011 the "adjustment"
Should the corporation commission
Husband Seeks Divorce From
Woman Who Scatters Af-
I've been praying for you.
After the officers took him up the J BRUSSELS, Dec. 17.—(By U. P.)
steps of the jail building, fifteen of Germany, as th«- embarrassed
the crowd pressed up behind him. debtor, faced an exacting creditor io
Armed legion members forced them a financial conference with allied
buck and they quieted again. nations here today.
it was reported to Mayor Wadman Germany's representatives turne<i
this afternoon that a store house at their country's pockets wrong side
the cemetery near Independence had out to show the futility of demand-
been broken Into during the night j ing full payment on the original
and dynamite and caps removed. It ieparation demands.
i was believed certain the dynamite Rudolph Havenstein, : director oC
With a pair of wa stolen for use of the rioters. the Iteichbank, presented a full
efforts of the sheriff and statement of the government's finan-
are still looking for the male Cin-
derella who robbed the Carney State |
Man Who Robbed Carney
State Bank Also Left a
CARNEY. Dec. 17.-
oversboes as clues, authorities here But
...111 lrw.lrlntr ff>r thp m.lle Cin-J
(Continued on Page lour)
MILK PKICES DOWN.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Dec. 17.
Practically all dairies here today re- company
duced the retail price of pasteurized Duncan,
leek Brooks, serving a life sentence y committee appointed bj the 'vw,,w" *"w"'' \.wu looking for the male Cin-1 Icial condition.
in the penitentiary for murder chamber of commerce to Invent!- i've been praying for you. I love fierolln. who robbed the Carney SUite (Continued on Page l our) Havenstein said the national debt
Brooks w'as convicted with his the proposition reported you just the same as my own heart." j bank two days ago. ...nxisi nc on November 1 was 147 bin on
brother, John Brooks, for the inui- fUVorabiy on the "adjustment" ' These were not words of a maiden fiose-mouthed Prince < harmings. COURT-MARTIAL OF marks and that the nation must
der of John Clemonds, of Granite- Thursday afternoon. to her iover on a summer night. with nickle-plated badges under QTATF RIIARDSM AIM ralBe billion marks more oy too
vllie in 1906. Burton was in Jail at I should the corporation commission Thpy weve spoken by Maggie H.! their coats, ami 45-callbre wands In tP ottT nrc ni\IC nftY ,1"1 of "lc , n j hiilfnn
the time the Brooks brothers wert appr0Ve this inflated valuation it Is eiackard, and addressed to E. B. ; thelr hip pockets, snoop up and IS PUT OFF ONE DAY Germany already has paid 41 billion
awaiting trial. probable that the company would Howard, attorney for her husband. (lown the county in search of the un- marks indemnity. ...
The former United States senator ask for an increase in rates for serv- who u Beeklng a divorce from Mrs. invited visitor. The courtmartial of Lieut. Earl Anions allied representatives
was serving a twelve months sen- ,pe8 in the twenty-four cities in the BlftckJ.d> who he alleges overflows Mr Cinderella must have thought spit/., of Tulsa, charged with falling there appeared to be a feeling inac
tence bn conviction of having used slate which it serves. wKh affection for all the world but jt was n maBked-ball affair; became to show up at the national guard perhaps Germany cannot meet tie
the influence of his office in tht Thp 0 G & E. made over a mil WQn.t admlt that ghe has any special di8guiBed as a black-faced minlstrel. sUmmer encampment at Fort Sill last jheavy reparations demands and still
practice of law before a federal de- lion dollars in net earnings in the , rt8ervatIon in her heart for him. white canvas gloves and all. The summer, was to be held Friday aft
partment at Washington. past year, its banner year. _It is a , ••ps'ow iefs Ket along with this . rat-drawn carriage not being avail- ornoon.
case," said Judge James I. Phelps. able, be pressed a buggy Into serv- Spitz was to be tried Thursday aft
"All right, you beteha," replied lcc an(j made his escape that way, ornoon, but he failed to appe
Mrs. Blackard, "but I love every- leaving his ample "slippers ' in the man was sent afte
body. I love you too, judge." i i00ted bank. It was first thought he wired the adjutant
The story of Maggie Blackard and waH a uegro.
her present troubles has its begin- ^jje county attorney's office has
ning in the days before the war. rejeased A. Hayherst. who was ar-
when she alleges that her husband. rfrSted on circumstantial evidence
Edward S. Blackard left her at her Bbortly afterward. Besides the fact
home in Newark. New Jersey, and tjial Hayherst was found near the
never wrote to her again. Her first 8Cene where the masked man left
report of him was a telegram re- buggy, the overshoes are de-
ceived from San Francisco, saying clareil to fit him. In his pocket,
that her husband had been killed in 0fj\rers say, they found pistol shells
a new trial. It is not expected tho
court will make a decision until j pally petition for an increase in light
milk one cent to 15 cents a quartL_
rates for the cities of Temple. Junc-
tion City and Lawton was heard
Friday by the corporation commis- ^ . ......
sion. In a separate petition the Hostile Demonstration Will
An'increase Meet With Retaliation Says
that be would
The case is interesting in its bear-
1 ing on the discipline of the national
; guard. If Spit/, escapes sentence or-
is let off lightly it is thought that it They
et men out for
continue to produce.
\ scheme suggested today was to
have a part of the indemnity
worked out by German labor.
BANDITS ItOB MESSENGER.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Dec. 17.—
Three bandits held up Emmet bnllth.
messenger of S. 11. Auto l.lvery
j,anv, in broad daylight, in the
,l„v..,to«ii financial district today.
aped in an auto with $-6b.
scnger was en route to the
•ampments in the futur
bank to make a deposit.
Notice in Alabama.
BRING A SHOE HORN
if you're late. Because every friend of labor who
can come must be squeezed into the AUDITORIUM
Sunday afternoon for the
' BIG MASS MEETING
Remember there was "standing room only" long
before John Wilkinson began his address at the last
previous rally of labor. Well, Oscar Ameringer and
Dan Hogan will spring some stulf Sunday that is
going to bring laughter, anger and roof-lilting cheers.
Remember it's in
has already been granted the com- ;
pany for the other three cities.
The Shawnee Light and Power j ANNISTON
company filed a petition Friday ask- jnj? thal any hostile demonstration
, France. Believing as true what aft- same calibre as some in the
eiwards turned out to be a ruse en p^^et of an overcoat the bandit
,N Ala nee 17— Declar- ihla Part to deceive her, the frantic ghed hy lhe Rl,|0 of the road.
™'h™,WTm™,tMian 1 woman sent letters to every county | A man by the name of Hayherst is
•sent at liberty under <ppc.il
the state court, having been
iwiui'«*• . in***. « i" . ing tnai any uosnie uemouoLiaiiuu . .. , Ul. . (l.vjnir
ins .1 higher rate for the electricity woulll meet wlth retaliation, a notice attorney in the Lnlted States, tryln, at
that is furnished to the Shawnee a,„ned ..Ku KlUx Klan" posted in I to locate her husbands bod> which. hond in
Traction company. The hearing Is front „f the |K,8,0ftire here, warned ; she believed had been ^eturne^to charged witirobberyof
set for December 22. If the Increase au^bor of an anonymous letter j this country
the bank at
One of these letters y..lfay. Oklahoma, some time i
is granted, it is believed that the wbicrthreatened the llfrof So^ strayed into the hands of Cliff Myers r^r_oonM
Traction company will in turn apply I ernor Kllby and of all city officials court clerK for ~ ! GOT THE WRONG PERSON
for higher far
GETS A RATE HIKE
Freight rate Increases amounting
to from one cent to two cents per 10<> |
pounds were granted the Clinton and I
na Western Railroad Friday
Charged with selling vanilla
I unless a roundup of vagrants was and he notified Mrs. '
' not stopped, to "go easy." her husband was alive in Oklahom
The notice stated members of the City. i i trart to an Indian for drinking pur-
klan were under oath to uphold the; The husband seeks a , , r romor nf Clinton. Okla.,
laws of the land and that any "hos- and Mrs. Blackard is contesting the P . r• _;. —. u.., oo
tile demonstration' would meet with case.
immediate retaliation by the organi- Edward Blackard says tnat ne
doesn't want a wife who lov
A HAZARDOUS LIFE
SHANAHAN TRIAL PUT OFF
The trial of Leo Shanahan charged
morning by the corporation commis-
sion. The new rates will become ef- j
fective January 1, 1921. Alleging that his wife started for
In the company's petition it is 1 him with a butcher knife in her, ... . nnxr„a
claimed that it lost $s:5.000 during band, while he was in bed. and that with the murder of A u layne.
the year 1918 and $47,000 during ; he woke up just in time to escape Harrah farmei last month, wnicn
1919.' The company has fifty miles i death, Thomas F. Spears has filed was set for bearing in tne uisirici
of track and runs from Clinton to suit for divorce from his wife. Hat- court of Judge George W Clark,
( heyenne. The value of the com- tie K. Spears. Spears alleges that Friday morning, was continued until
pany s property is placed at $900,000. his wife was extremely cruel to him, January 25 on
The company stated that the re-: becoming so soon after the mar- sence of Vvalte
cent raise of 35 per cent granted by | riage. The couple was married on j ness for the state.
the interstate commerce c
, was not enough.
account of lhe ab
r Wilson, chief wit-
was brought before United Stat.
Commissioner Krnest < hambei
Thursday, only to be released
it was discovered that the accused
was not the salesman, but that his
brother, Lotan M. Collier, was the
one irlentified as the alleged ot-
fender. A complaint was filed
against Lotan Collier, who waived
his preliminary hearing and made
THIRD COP FIRED
Andy" Gilbert, known as Officer
Wilson's brother Andy Smith, was discharged from the
eranled bv inane lhe coupie was married on ue s iur oum. .
commission | October g W and separated De- ^ l^^e A -y dran,.
"A Bolshevik Town
In a series of articles beginning in Monday's
Leader "Anise" of the Seattle Union Record writes:
The tactics of the Associated Indus-
tries following the fireworks of Ole Han-
son, have also advertised Seattle far and
wide as a "Bolshevik" town, and have
thus driven away both industries and
capital. This has not hurt the labor
movement's position, relatively; but it
has hurt the "prosperity" of Seattle.
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Newdick, Edwin. Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 108, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 18, 1920, newspaper, December 18, 1920; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc149266/m1/1/: accessed December 11, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.