The Black Dispatch (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, October 24, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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THE BLACK DISPATCH
KILLS SHANTUNG AMENDMENT
NO. METHODISTS APPOINT
JlOADS WILL REVERT TO
director HI nee To Give Up Control
^ Control Without Waiting
Washington—Despite the, tangled
kjatus of railroad legislation-in eon-
jfress, plans for returning the railroads
to their private owners on January 1
Ikire going steadily ahead, it wan learn-
ed at the railroad administration.
Officials of the railroad administra-
tion stated that they were making
their plans in accordance with the
Statement of the president in his me -
ag<! to congress on May 20. that the
railroads would be returned at the
?lr«t of the no*t calendar year. Dl-
ector-General nines has publicly ex-
pressed his belief that federal control
Will cease on January 1.
, At the White House it was stated
that the president has the power to
turn the roads back withou further
Ieglslation by congress, although such
eglslatlon Is highly desirable.
Railroad administration officials are
Steadily olearing their desks in order
to carry out the president's proposed
program. Pending disputes with em-
ployes on the questions of wages,
working hours, etc., are confidently
expected to be adjusted by December
1. It is the opinion In both railroad
administration and White House cir-
cles that the roads will bo turned
back to private ownership on Janu-
ary 1, regardless of what congress
may or may not do in the matter of
The legislative status of the rail-
roads is in a troublesome state, al-
though Senator Cummins, chairman of
the Interstate Commerce committee,
expects to have the bill for the return
of the railroads taken up immediately
after the disposition of the peace
treaty. The proposed bill, however,
Includes an antl-striko clause and this
is bound to cause a long and heated
Members of congress wfil vigorous-
ly oppose any action by the president
to turn the railroads back without
legislation, but it was expected that
puch contemplated action might speed
the work ot r,«mnr«6s and secure (he
passage of a bill for the return of the
railroads at least early in the next
session of congress.
LENINE'S ANARCHISTS ARE
SURROUNDED ON ALL
PETRO6RAO-MOSCOW TO FALL
Kolschak, Denekine, Vlndemltch and
Poles Puahing Reds irvto Small
Circle In Central
London.—Forced back by the on-,
slaughts of enemies of the four j S"cncer*
fronts, the armies of the soviet or i 'm°cra' --Adhiirst, Unnkhpnd, Heck,
anarchists government of Russia ap- ■ Fletcher, u^y.^Oerpy, Ha n-i™ Harrison'
Pear to be facing a period pregnant i
with disaster. General mnekine'a cos-1 e.Pel£!iZ'"-
VOTE OF THE SENATE IS 55
Gore, Reed and Walah the Only Dem.
ocrata to Vote for the
HOW TIIKT VOTKD
.u^ulhlngton.—The vo,e f°r adoption of
Cne Hhnntung amendment wrh:
Republicans-Ball, Hornh. fliandegee,
Calder, Caliper, Curtis, Dillingham. Kali,
* ranee, Frellnghuyxen, (Jronna, Hard-
in*. J(,l,n*on (Calif.); Jont (Wash.);
Knox, I,n Fotlette, Iyjdge, McCormlck,
M<l-eiin, Monew, New, Newberry, Norris,
J age, iVnromt, Phlpps, Holndexter, Sher-
man Sutherland, Wadswortli, Warren
and \\ ataon—32. Democrats—Gore, Reed,
Walsh tMasa.J—3. Total 30.
Republicans—Colt, Cummins, Hale, Kel-
!2£ .£.eJ)y?n' Key™. Lenruot, McCum-
Oklahoma City- Reading of the ap-
pointments of ministers of the Okla-
homa Methodist conference by Bishop
W. O. Shephard was the final act of
the session which has been in prog-
ress at the Methodist church.
Fort Worth, Texas, was selected as
the meeting place of the conference
A scale of inbreased payments to re-
tired ministers of the conference was
adopted. Rev. F. M. Stephenson is
secretary or the conference claimants
The appointments follow:
Oklahoma City DUtrlrt
K. S. Stock well, Sup.; Agra and Mer-
rick, A. 11. Wallace; Arlington, A. I.,.
. -Fl- ■ -■ "■ waning; Geary,
,' • J--i"«?rette; Hennessey, H. L. Cloud:
Jones, V S. Hollis; KIngtlsher, C. P.
<4enor; Loyal, V. L. Howard; Luther,
during the last few days forged
ahead until it seems the anarchist
armies are between the upper and
Wedge Driven Into Russia
Fetrograd is doomed to capture, in
the opinion of observers, General Yu-
denltch being at Udina, pnly twenty-
inators absent or paired.
i u- pastor with First
church, Karl J. Sladek; second, George
nit !!•?' Ueun c. Dutton; clr-
Burnett; Prague, R. R.
Mnlno adoption—Kernald, republican, . „. ^ ,„KUe n. it
Maine, and Klklns, republican, West VI.- Kills; Shawnee, A. G. Williamson; Spe£
v^ JSf'.",!rlon-I'5!,KC' republican, seh. "c? 8. Wam'er^'uln^iM
. • y, Jo inson, democrat of South I Woodruff; Watonga, C. R. Wade; Wau-
. .. ,, _Y,lre,nla' ,'/• Grant; Wellston, icdward
Broom , Yukon, c. L,. Thoroughman; W.
\ ,.,W,,1 ~. •'luiuuBHiiiaii, VV.
I mllprn v "> City
Dakota; Martin,' „„,„utll<l v lrK1
and Smith, democrat, South Carolina.
Washington. — The long-debate
amendment to the peace treatv, prfc- ,
sented by Senator Lodge and ap- : to" TWIonic Temple,' KlRen'o.
proved by the foreign relations com- Fort Worth nutri.t.
rnlttee, finally was rejected in the sen- u, u' ,'Ccil"uf' superintendent, Anadar-
1 lite. ; \\ itoblnson ; Apache, Ktevher, O.
, . I w. York; Arapaho, Chapel Hill, W F
In the vote of 35 to 55, fourteen re- 'l"(l •s,;<lun' to •>« supplied;
lUblfcHna swung over to th. pro- W&vXJ && &£
reaty forces while three democrats ia„.iV,Pi??7:1?alJ'ls'Jlaskel',« Thomp-
"P With those Supporting the | W- Sawyer;'Elgin', Big Bend, ftani
proposals. Of the six senators ab- iiy gupDifedlkhvU& °nA' £ttnMPy; Eak-
nent, two republicans were put on Worth, m. G. Baiienger; fS" Cobb c
CPCord as in favor of the amendment ' Grandfield"V n'a,,"montV,^- v- Sh"oki
| and one republican and three demo- : I.aGrone; Hinton', o?rv.' Beajf'Itydro h'
crats as opposing it. IU: Tomlin; Independence, ' c. m. ' c!
Onlv t!...«« i i . /"ompson; I^awton and Fort Sill, J L,
< n!> (hiee of the committee's !^0"e;^wton circuit, T. Clark; Lone
forty-five amendments now remain to a ' mVu . n !Morg"n: Mountain' Turk, B.
bo acted on by the senate, thirty-six ^Icea^^iu^o^8^8^" ,
previously having been rejected. Of wi?hft« w«iuthel«2ri1, i'i' S- "elapiain i I
those remaining one relates to Ameri- Wichita Falls'chapel, 10. L. JU>llai !'Kraa'': |
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in the field of journalism and render the service that
we feel we are rendering for the race were it not for
our Job Printing Department.
What are you doing for your home paper? Can
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10 DIE IN ARMY^AIR DERBY
Lieut. Maynard Wins Both Legs of
Mlneola.—The grim spectre of death
winged Its tragic flight with the
army's great transcontinental air
derby. Ten lives had been the toll to
the time Lieutenant Maynard crossed
the finish line. Seven had died actu-
ally in the contest, and three In con-
nection with It.
From New York to San Francisco
the route of the flight was dotted
with disabled planes which were fore-
«'d toland and quit the race, or crash-
ed to destruction from the air. Many
fliers were injured, and the 20 control
stations between terminal points saw
first aid work from day to day as the
j Sixty-two contestants started the
J>lg race—the most adventurous peace-
ful air competition the world has ever
known. Forty seven took the air from
Mineola and fifteen froni San Fran-
cisco, on Wednesday, Oct. 8, for the
,6,200 mile round trip, high speed aer-
The great race was marked by
man incidents of interest. With vir-
tual simultaneous starts from Mlneola
and San Francisco, westbound and
eastbound fliers strove to win the hon-
or of crossing the continent first.
News of Lieutenant Maynard's arrival
•Saturday, October 11 at the Pacific
terminal was followed in two hours by
word that MaJ. Carl Spatz and Lieut.
®. C. Kiel had reached the Atlantic
terminal within half a minute of each I
other. Capt. Lowell H. Smith fol-1
lowed them with claim to first place
In actual flying time.
Maynard's actual flying time from
Mlneola to San Francisco consumed
Jlttle over 25 hours.
n N«w (np«r I
can representation on the reparations
commission and two to equalization of
voting power In the league of na
Alter the vote was completed Sen-
ator Lodge announced that later he
would move to strike out entirely the
sections awarding the Shantung | Sutler5™ j. A.T;ninG 0uih^bll^[i
lights to Japan. Notice was also given S''|e' i-chew; Hominy, B. F'orlf-
. | >>y a number of the republican sena- ! City. Burbank A^Sh^'.M: K'T
five miles south of tho rormer Itus- lors who opposed the committee J; Barnes; Marshall," W. s. Smith*'Mor-
sian capital. In the extreme north tmendment that they would present u..n—... . —
the northern Russian army has broken reservations dissenting from the
the resistance of the anarchists, ac- lung award I w" ti™?,' re|,|tlns' c- E. DeWltt; Perry
cording to reports, and are pursuing! J """ " "
the enemy toward Onega, a village Tuc . rA/,,lr. ,n
about 160 miles west of Archangel. | 'HE LEAGUE IS ORGANIZING
Farther to the south it has forced its
amittee I ;; BalYs; Marshall, w. s. Smith; Mt>r-
t) re sent lw„' /, Hal'mark; Mulhall. A. VV.
inesent t-awcett; Newkirk, A. J). l.lndsev Pawl
B Shan- J1,1'"1"1. (!- A. Klelnstubt-r; Pawnee] J. L.
|tiabtree; Perkins, E. Hewitt; Perry,
w. 11. Beers; Ponca City, N. c. Hewitt:
Sm3 , i'i,A,' B'tsham; Ralston, A. J.
Simms; Ske.ee, c. c. Wygln; Stillwater
nn„,V ,. P : L Jones; Wy.
nolia, L. A. Morrison; Vac, <!. s Clarke-
district evangelist, it. I.. Sells. clttlhe-
John E. „.„„vcl,
Avant, M. O. Cliildret
Sampson; Bixby, C. J
Tiil u District.
; Blghart, M. W.
way far down along the Dvina river. Plans Going Ahead For Bringing Un-
Pollsh forces have captured Kovno, ! ion Into Existence
on the extreme northern end of their !
line. Denekine'B men have driven a j Washington.
giant wedge into central Russia as ! laration can be
far as Orel and are thought to be on I the action ol the
their way toward Tula, an important ! of Versailles, plans
railway center that Is considered the j bringing the league
key to Moscow. ~ " 1
Bia proper. Generals Denekine and ! Although the United States cannot : HS:mXeiPa,Tni ^
Won ,ch and Admiral Kolchak are participate in the initial stages of X ! WtmM ^
operating in close co-ordination. league's work, it is understood that cSt'''h "v'?LU' c' clock; !
West of General Denekine's army the decision has been reached to have 1 Alva nutrict.
are forces of Ukrainians who, while President Wilson issue a call for (he superintendent. Avard,
supposed to be hostile to the anar- first meeting of the council of the "side. '"I'Mliitaii^Mr^c
league within the fifteen day period ^e,litonj ^anton. W vv Martin; Carmen!
I provided in the treaty for the appoint £ ^ Ha^^'lialV^.tne^'11^1 b/
ment by the council of three members go^'supimed'''bv''7'vv' k", ,Far-
of the commission which is to deter- A. P. Cummins• Gage ^uppneli^by
mine the boundary of the Saar basin. "urta^i^SSl^*. 'e.^vvh^J:
laverne, Way, li. L. Matiiew; Quinlan'
RUPPRECHT IS AMONG LIST
tuck. it. Jl. Denny; Taloga, Lenora, C.
chists, have declared war on Denekine
bocause of alleged atrocities perpe-
trated by the latter's soldiers on their
advance toward Moscow. Reports
have been received, however, that
part of the Ukrainian army has joined
Denekine, having been assured that
the latter will iyvrest eastern Gallcia
and the province of Cholm from Po-
The defeat of the anarchists in the
region of Kamyshin, on the Volga
north Tzaritzyn, as recently reported
was effected after four days of stub-
born fighting. General Denekine an-
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Promotions for Generals.
Washington-Appointment of Gen-
eral March, chief of staff. Maj. Gen.
Hunter Liggett and Robert W. Dullard
to the permanent rank of lieutenant-
generals in recognition of their serv-
ice during the war would be authoris-
ed under a bill introduced by Chair-
man Wadswortli of the senate mili-
Ambassador Osad At Washington.
Washington.—Count C. Macchi de
C'ellere, Italian ambassador to the
,1'nlted States since 1913, died in the
emergency hospital here, just he he
Was about to undergo an operation.
Daniels To Release Sugar.
Washington - Advised that the
eary department has In reserve
1,000,000 pounds of sugar. Secretary
Daniels Intimated that lie would re-
lease one-third of the stock or 3.00P,-
000 pounds for public use to relieve
the situation resulting from a nation
Wide shortage of the commodity.
Budget Bureau Bill Is Passed.
Washington.—A bill creating a bud
get bureau, having Jurisdiction over
all department estimate* was passed
tr *J;e house and sent to the senate.
Al Ringling Diet.
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heavy losses for them.
treaty. Jett D- L. Hinckley; Kremlin*"T.
Denekine's th. - cl't ^kTTuc^e. ^
The newspaper says the list now ap-
_ _ they are
Anarchist offensive has developed based.
In the region of Voronezh, the soviet The supreme council will soon de- Red Cross Makes Report.
forces hoping to check General Dene- cide the date upon which the list is Washington.—The first complete
klne's advance beyond Orel and his to be presented to Germany, which picture of lhe activities of the Ameri-
threat at Moscow by striking hard at according to the protocol to the treaty can Red Cross durinP the war is given -
hU line In the vicinity of this im- must be within two months after the ln ,be report of the war councll of the
portant provincial capital. treaty comes into effect. j organisation. Headed by Henry P. i
The anarchists, despite the discour- — j Da*'8011' the first installment of which
agement of the capture of Orel, seem Lithuania Signs American Treaty. has been made Public- It shows that ,
to be fighting hard also in the vicinity Paris.—Lithuania, according to an h*1*6611 May 19, 1917, and February j
of Kiev and Mogilev, possibly encour- announcement by the Lithuauian 28, 1919, lhe AmericaB Red Cross re- !
aged by the opening of hostilities Press bureau, has just signed a treaty j ce,ved a total of $400,000,000 for relief
against General Denekine by the Uk- w'th the I'nited States which has im- I worl1, 1283,500,000 of which came from '
ralniac forces under General Petlura Portant bearing on the Baltic prov- ' war drives- 11 was estimated that
ln this region. lnces. Details of the reported trfaty more ,han persons contrib-
— are withheld. . ted to the second drive.
| Hun Opera Starts Riot
Uruguay and Huns Friendly. 1 New York -Mounted police charged
. Montevlded.—The foreign minister ! a crowd of 300 service men who had
circus owners, died suddenly on his ha8 i8SU^d a decree lormallv re-estab- i massed in front of the Lexington
estate at Oak Ridge, N. J. 1 lishing diplomatic relations between j theater to prevent production of Ger-
; Uruguay and Germany. President
Flier Off To Australia I Brum had Previously signed a docu-
London-Capt. George Matthews, a «aPprovin* lhe ,rea,y wi,h ^
former sailor, turned aviator, set off
from Hounslow In an airplane flight to
Australia, in an effort to win the
prise of 10.000 pounds offered by the
commonwealth government for th<
New Credit To Ita'y.
man opera, on which Mayor Dylan
had placed an official ban. Dispersed
by the police, the service men hasten-
ed to Times Square, recruited nearly
1.000 civilians and returned to the
Washincton.—A credit of l.OW.OOO,. ,hea'er One section of the line en-
900 10 Italy was announced by the ! pafpd in * ®pht with the police, lay-
treasury. making 11.620. 922, S72 ad- down a barrage of bricks and stones,
i-anced :o that country and a total of j 'n ,be melee several shots were fired
*.647.419.494 to all the allies. but nc one was hit
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