The Morning Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 139, Ed. 1, Friday, February 13, 1920 Page: 1 of 22
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OKLAHOMA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER
Pa newspaper for
I riVIC PIUDE THE HOME
I A GREATER TULSA
VOL. XIV NO. 138.
TULSA OKLAHOMA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 13 1020.
22 PA (INS.
PRICK 5 CENTS.
RELIABILITY CHARACTER ENTERPRISE
XlfiWJlV ill K0' III
ft II . k veB. -v m m I -h e. i kti i lew
HELP FOR EUROPE
TOLD BY HOUSTON
Treasury Chief Sees So-
lution for All Mone-
U. S. OFFERS CAPITAL
Private Loans and Absorption
of Securities Indirect way
for Extending Aid.
SAYS TREASURY IS SOUND
Last Issue of Loan Certifi-
cates Will Be Redeemed
on Monday He Says.
WASHINGTON. I''- 13. Confi-
.fence that Kurope's .monetary prob-
fiSiVm bo "ttUM itlsfactory was
messed today by Secretary Hous-
ton In a review of tlio International
Thin country l constantly furnish-
i'nc Europe capital with which to re-
construct the economic llfo of na-
lions there said Mr. Houston ex-
made In the same way Hint Lurope
aided this country In tlmo of distress
in the past. 'it by govprnment loans
o" much as by Indirect tnethnda
tuch a prlvnlc loans salo of surplus
rmy equipment and tho absorption
of high grade Investment securities
offered In markets hero by tturnpoan
holder. The secretary estimated that
Kuropc had received approximately
lYoOO.OOO from this country Hlnco
the armistice was signed. "
Treasury INfsltlon Stnniff.
The position of the Fnltcd States
treasury was said by tho secretary
to be rrv strong and on Monday
the last isspo of "loan" certificates
ol Indebtedness aboit $60000000
will be redeemed leaving no out-
standing floating loan In the penso
cf short term certificates requiring
to be retunded nt maturity. Tax cer-
tificates outstanding amount to J2-
M9I!.000 nil of which will bo paid
by forthcoming Incomo and profltB
Altogether Secretary Houston de-
clined to ngrco with the pessimistic
view of somo public men who fore-
saw a financial crash nnd aborted
that while there were many difficul-
ties lo overcome thcro was nothing
COXTINUKD OX PAGE SIX.
BANKSSH0W BIG GAIN
Ulillam Writes Owen Detailing In-
crease In Oklahoma Institutions
1'or Past 20 Vcnrs.
Spsrisl to The World.
WASHINGTON Fob. d 12. Comp-
troller of the Currency John Hkolton
.Vllllam.i in a letter to Senator Owen
.today said that from November
vS9J to November 1910 resoureos
if national banks In Oklahoma ln-
fre.ued frpm J5.472.06S to 363103.-
There has been only otio national
bank receivership In Oklahoma In 1 1
'mm Involving ions to depositors on
November 17. 1919. The number of
depositors" nccounts Ih the national
banka In Oklahoma wns $ I0fl7f G.
TULSA FIRM AFTER FORGER
tliedell and l'upln Want to rrosc-
culo Jian Held nt Slinwnce.
r Atseilated Press State Wire.
MIAWNBH Okia. Fob. 12. Cho-
H and I'apln Jewelers nt Tulsa
; Vlt voiei oi tiouco uero 10-
flrnt naking that they be allowed
v nuin uie i'. i.. iieaumont ino
wan held hero for forgery and the
5n believed to bo wanted In 10
Wferent states Tho Tulsa firm
"aims that llenumont giving his
"""o as t'harles Dnwson cntercl
( wtlr store a few day ago and pur-
r ..?' 8 mo ml ring nnd a wrist
flj'ch giving them a check on
. i nn"K for tho purchase. Tho
2e arl llai1 ieon Given a draft
"n.? lr ono nan give.i
Wtra0I1 rTeiH for this amount.
netjlirtll IflieiTte na l. I. a .1 -
lir0 to imk for prosecution there.
' JOHNSON TnEMEdIn RACE
'llrornlau Will Content In Xortli
-DaUota I'rlnutrlcs Sfurrli 1(1.
BISMAHCK. N D- Feb. 13.
ul n" '""'"natlng Senator Hiram
nnson for preferment for tho re-
' . 1 can prcnldenUal nomlnathn to
.ci 00 l"o North Dakota
Tn M?rl;" " Marc J6- wero placed
o clrcuiauon today.
. r.i;W.'rson-of nismnrcK eeo-
( ijMir ""luiiiiios saiu iouiy mo
J pina w"l bo filed Februar HI.
it rV T. recently wero clrcuiateo
. i "evil s uko and elsowhoro for
hivl e!J Ionard Wood but they
not been filed:
New York Life
firmer- & Duran
JW I'ulaco Hds. I'hoiui 131
Workl's News Told
in Condensed Form
for Hurried Readers
Paris Feb 12ltaonI Perel wee todr
elected president of the chamber or deputies
by U72 ot 435 votes cif .M l'eret suc-
ceeds 1'itil Peseha'nei who it recently
tic-led president of tho republic
FOREST CITY Mo. fob. 1! After a
search of 10 hours the Iwdy ot Timothy I"
Ftttmaurlee n found Nit night in a tllu
on his firm near here. I In 1) supposed to
hare fallen Into the alio and imothcred.
10.NI0.V b. 12. Negotiations are
being returned by tho peace ronfereet here
concerning tbn peace treaty with Tnrley.
Premier l.Iod (leorgo made announcement
to thia effect In the bouao of commons
CHICAGO. Feb. 12. Jamoi Vine' a
chaeffeur identified by two witnesses at
liio driver of a black automobile from
which "Mesa" F-nrlght labor leader and
gunman waa shot 'and killed last week wai
arrested by the police early tuday.
WAKIH.VOTO.V. Feb. 12
people were adtliwl- today
Lanatnz to find In thn life of AhrAhim
Uneoln the Iniplratlon to fornet aejf In
devotion to country and the fundamental
natkiuil prlnclplea of Iblcrty and Juitica.
(NIICAOO. Feb 12. Two more Tlcllmi
of thn newest coroner'a cocktail" which
haft killed ono roan and poUoned a score of
others here were found helpless In the
streets today. Tho "drink" 1 reported to
have been traced to a local paint shop
PARIS. Fob. 12. Thn Huuiatlan reply
to the allies' peace terms wern handed
to tho allied representatives at the foreign
office by Oount Apponyl today. The reply
la a lejgthy ono and urccs that Hunirary be
allowed lo retain a larger army than the
terms provldo for.
OA1IIM.A (la.. Feb. 13. Several
houses wero demolished by a tornado near
here today and a 10. year-old nejro girl
ia known lo hare been kllltd whilo ioy
eral members of her family were injured.
Several other persons also were reported
killd In the southeastern pari of .Mitchell
I.OXDO.V Feb 12. Replying to a ques
tlon in the bouse of commons today ua to
whether Viscount Orey would return to
Washington at llrlllth ambassador and if
not who would be his successor. Premier
Lloyd (leorge asld he was unable to make
a statement on the aublect
lUCIIMO.N'I) Va. Feb. 12 Woman suf-
frage was detested by the Virginia legisla-
ture today when the house of delegates
adopted by a rote of f2 to 22 a resolution
rejoctine ratification of federal woman suf-
frage. The state senate by a lole of 21
to 10 had prevloualy adopted the resolu
lion. i .
CH1CAOO 1'eb. 13. Chlcagoam hare
discovered n new "oasis" In the Argentine
ropublir which appeara to be going Cuba
one better a a thirst haven District At-
torney Charles V. Clyne said today his
arm la sore from signing passport certifi-
cates for tho Argentine. bound.
ALBANY Feb. 12 Governor Smith to-
day granted the reouest of Chlcara au
thorltles for the extradition ot Rose Pastor
fU)kes millionaire socialist who is wanted
to face an Indictment charging her wllh
advocating "reformation or overthrow of
Ihe government by force or other unlaw'
HOOD ntVF.lt. Ore. .Feb. 12. For bit
herolam 14-year old Homer Love! a farmer
lad of tbla -ity will today bo presented
with tSO. tubicribcd by oaasengera on train
No. 5 of the Oregon A Washington line. The
boy prevented the train from striking a
great rock elido which the engineer said
ould have caused the train-to plungo uver
a precipice In tho Columbia river.
WAfHIXOTON. Feb. 12 -Senator
flronna repuhl can North Dakota chair
man of the senate agriculture .-omtuiltoc. Is
aued a etalement today denying that the
bill be introduce! recently would annul
federal guarantcod nrlres for wheat. Its
principal obje'-t be said was to abolish
the united States grain corporation but
Willi eonlinuaneo of price guarantees.
American destrover Talbot wa-rennr!ed to
dav In distress near ftirpent'a Island in
the Marie sea. It la thought however that I
the reiort mav refer to Iho Talbot's stand-j
ing by the llrilUh rrtilser Ceres which Is j
Rumania under bad weather conditions.
I'APK Olrt-UlDKAtl. Mo.. Teb. 12
Joseph Thompson the 10-yearoId lad who
wiLrrdav khnt and killed his brother John !
Thompson aged 20. wie exonerated today
by a coroner a Jury The cllrnny before
tho Jury Indicated that the elder brother
waa beating h a uiother with a poVer when
the younger son intervened and John
Thompson turned upon him Then young
Thompson "red to protect his own life.
Plumb Proposes Property Levy
to Pay Off U. S. National Debt
CIIIOAOO. Fob 12. Dlschargo of 1 tho ultlmatn consumer. It Is hoped
tho national debt by a capital lovy to Ineludn 1000000 men represent-
unon property may bo necessary Inrf upwards of 20000 citizens lo
Olenn K I'lumb president of tlio
Plumb Ulan leacuo for trl-partlto
control of railroads said In nn .id-
dress hero tonight beforo tho All-
Amerlcan Farm Labor Co-oporatlvo
"Our problem In meeting the na-
tional dnht." ho Hatd. "Is so to nd-
Just our affairs that tho 2 per cent j
of the people owning CO per cent of
lho weultn snail pw ineirr percem-
ago of this Indebtedness; tho 33 per
cent of tho people owning 115 per cent
of tho wealth shall pay tho percent-
ugo duo from them and that tho Gfi
por cent of Iho people who own f
per cent of tho wealth shnll not bo
required to pay more than their pro-
portlonulo umount of this Indebted-
ness. "If wc meet this Indebtedness by n
tax on Industry w dlstrlbuto tho
liability to each man In nccordanco
with his purchasing power. When
nil Is said mid dono. wo may bo com
pelled to accept tho solution already
adopted In Germany and now
sldered as inovitamo in ureal urn
aln the dlschargo of tho entire na
tlonul debt by placing a capital
lovy upon property.
"I do not say that this Is the
method that must bo adopted. Hut
In our lntciyts wo must study this
ouesilon to determine upon tho
i method which wo unitedly recom-
' . .1... ..1..ln nt tl.lu n.nl.
IlieilO 1UI llie oumn.'ii min
-i... j ..s.n ...... r.
I IIO till III -lilliOl liJIII"ili"J iu"an ui
the establishment of a co operntlvo
enterprl i" Mr Plumb till 1 embras-
Ing every step from tho production
nr ruu runt.' lulu In onlleetlnn man-
'.uluciure sioruiju uuu umiiiuuiiuii iuub rievui
RAIL MEN TO ASK
FOR LOWER PRICE
Definite Assurance to Be
Demanded of Presi-
THAT OR HIGHER PAY
Alternative Will Ho Increase
in Wages Union Chiefs
CONFERENCE IS ARRANGED
Wilson Will See Personilly
Three Brotherhood Leaders
at the White House.
WAfiinNOTON. IVb. 12. Prctv
Idcnt Wilson will lo nskeil tomor-
row' by spokesmen for the mnro than
2000000 railroad employes that
definite nn.iurances bo riven of un
Immudlatu reduction In tho cost of
llvlnir leaders of the wuko negotia-
tions declared tnnlKht. As an alter
native the union representatives
will claim Increased wanes demands
for whlcli wero not p reused it Mr.
llsons request lust summer.
Representatives of thn workers.
It was Intimated tonltfht bnsn their
nope for higher wiifjes larKely on
tho increase In tho cost of llvlnii
nlnce the lust i;enoral watte. Increase
In 1815. The cost of living o.uctlon.
while always to tho fore in the
negotiations which tho union men
have had with Director (lenernl
Hlnes will bo employed to tho full
extent of the union's power In the
conference with tho president. It
Union Men .Meet.
Immediately after tho announce.
ment from tho whlto house that tho
president would seo tho union com-
mittee of threo personally a meet-
ing of nil union heads Interested
was called nnd prcikiratlons were
begun for possible presentation of
verbal claims In auiipllflcatlon of the
w rivat en statements submitted
through Director (lenoral Illnes.
The cmnloyeii will bo renresented
by H. W. .lowell nctlng president of
tho railway employes' depjtlment.
American pecierntiott or Uihor: I.
J. Mnnlon president of tho Order
of llnllroail Tolegrapncrs and Tlrn
othy Shea acting president of the
Hroriierhoort or Jyicomotlvo Flro
men and Knglnemen. OTie confer
ence) will bo hold on the south lawn
of tlio whlto (house where Mr. Wil-
son spends n portion of his morn
Tltero was unmlstnknblo evidence
tonight among tho union officials
of a rear that the tires dent would
refuse to grant their wage demuntUi-
A few m.td frankly they rouln seo no
hope of a settlement favorable to
them. Tills view seemed to have
been based on the arguments of
fered In rebuttal by Mr. Illnes ns
tlie union leaders presented now
olnlms or proposals.
Director Ooneral Hlnes In tran-
CO.VTINUED POK HIX.
FOUR HURT IN CAR WRECK
Nono Seriously Injoml W'hcn St.
Doiils Cur (Iocs 'llirough A'laduct
ST. LOUIS Feb. 12. A street car
fell through the Fourteenth street
vllct .hsrn toriny. whou lho engine
of a train on. tho track beneath wfnt
off the tracks lilt u viaduct pier
and weakened it to such an extent
that the weight of tho street car
forced tho viaduct floor down on
Inn nf thn trnln
tj lran wafl traveling slowly a
t A t t 0
nil 1IDOn it a. . rnMi. nniv
car . .. . 5 rn!iUlt onlv
'our of the street Car passengers
wore Injured nono seriously. No
one was hurt on the train
tho project. i
ve are sirmng io escape rrom
tho durs Imposed by a government
of small group of dominant men."
the speaker said "to freo ourselves
from a monopoly and control of
credit--to obtain for ourselves Inde
pendence In many fields nf endeavor
from which wo nro now barred
Tho prPHont monopoly of credits
ho continued "has projected us Into
a crisis economic. Industrial polit-
ical that convicts tho administration
nnd both political parties of absolutu
Of an "admitted national Indebt-
edness of 30 000000 000." Mr.
"If wo meet this debt by a tax
on Industry wo distribute the liabil-
ity to each man In accordance with
his purchasing power.
"When nil Is said and done we
may bo compelled lo ncrept tho sal-
vation already udopted In Oorinany
nnd now considered Inevitable In
con-iOront Ilrllaln the dlschargo of tho
entire national debt by placing a cap
ital levy upon property. i
Mr. I'lumb vigorously attacked
pending legislation on sedition ns
"the first tlmo tho law has under-
taken to declare that nn.lnjucy to
property or nn act of hato against
property constitutes sedition against
The people have the Inalienable. j
gnalierablo and lnnerensiiiin rignt to
rvt.r.i.un m- 'illnr ihfif f nt-m nf irnir.
f - ... .w. n-'.
eminent whenever the happiness
pence and prosperity nf Mir people
require It" ho said "That unalter-
lun rlitl.t Is now llli latent"! It must
Figures Now Reveal
High Cost of Living
On Downward n-rend
CHK'AOO Fob. 12 Thn high
coat of living Is actually on tho j
tf-lnA- -. I ... 1 1 . I
ui i-Hne minor hum mi-
tatnes are going lower weelilv.
comparisons secured today by the
International News Hervleo show
Flour Is also coming down so
markedly that tho return of thn
10-cent loaf of bread Is In the near
A drop on a barrel of flour was
recorded loday In the whole iimliet
carload lots selling for ! 12.00 In-
htend of 13.
Krkh that retailed today t from
n9u to 62c n dn.eii wero selllnu a
few weeks ago at $1 or over.
The bottom has not been reached
on those commodities dealers de-
clared today Flfty-cont butter Is
predicted within two weeks.
EARLY AND BRIEF
progress was apparent today In ne-
Rohortson (Tots Onininn K""'itinH over nu. now artu-in m
Avuui.1 i&uii una ujiiiuuiii.! tl0 .. ny.uy
of Members of State
THOMAS HEARD FROM
Senator Advises a Limit on
Husines to Come Before
By Associate! Press Rtatn Wire
OKLAHOMA CITY Feb
Oovornor Itoberlson Hfild today that
less than 20 members of the legisla-
ture nro yet to bo consulted regard-
ing tho special session before a call
Is Issued and several of these nro
nxtierteil ti. vllt lilm nt llm rnliitol 1
. . . ... Hitchcock who has declared t'lio re-
totnorrow-. Those he has consulted vW( llr(lft . inbodv a mir-
ho said favor an early session. render of tho treaty's friends
In addition lo the suffrage amend- Numerous oilier proposal to solve
ment It was Indicated rocommenda- the artlclo 10 difficulty wero dls-
tlons would probably be tnado for Hsed leaders on both side con-
npproprlallons to cover deficiencies I rVrrlng among thetiiKolves on the
created by the governor since the Hubject Henaior llliclicoelt also
nisi Hcs-iioii. ji too oeiicieney oi
J200.000 which tho governor Is por
milled to create for special emer-
gencies approximately $175000 has
been spont. Tho largest Item In thn
emergency expense list Is that for the
use of troops during thn coal strike
In November nnd December.
From Klmer Thomas of Medicine
Park state senator Governor Itotv.
crtson received today a latter mak-
ing suggestions as to tho proposed
extra session of tho legislature us fol-
lows: Should IU Short.
"Tho session should be brief and
should consider only thoss matten:
absolutely necessary for the best In-
terest nf the stato You have under
the constitution absolute control of
tho subject matter to bo considered
ami you can make the session ns
short nsyou may wish by eliminat-
ing tho work to bn done.
"I suggest that you submit In tho
call tho exact and definite measures
to be considered iiiuklf possible theso
measures bn limited lo the ratifica-
tion of tln suffrage nmendmont and
the deficiency appropriations neces-
sary to take cine of expenses Inci-
dent to recent emerge nclir which
could not havo been foreseen nnd
Wants I. Itl IMit On.
"If tho call could also stntn that
no other legislative matter would bo
submitted tho wholo situation would.
bo simplified nnd much activity
avoided. Tho members could then
estimate the tlmo necessary to do
this work and make arrangements
to be away from homo accordingly.
Hy thus putting on tho lid you would
bo mved an upondlng demand for
r.pproprlailgns and for other legisla-
tion all of which can await tho regu-
lar Mudnn to bo held next year.
"if this policy is followed all bills
covering tho work to be done can bo
prepared In advance nnd Introduced
on tho firkt day and It -will bo possi-
ble lor all tho work to bo done In
five days und nt nn expense of from
J1R.000 to J20.000." '
New Lincoln Story
Copyright 1920 hy International Newa
NEW YOltK. Feb. 12 A
brand nnjv Lincoln story Is being
toil In New York club circles on
the uuthorlty of Itobert WllllarJi
Llllnrd advertising expett for a
largo department store w hose un-
fostors knew tho emancipator In
Illinois when ho was a struggling
"Ot thn many stories I havo
heard during my boyhood In Illi-
nois of Lincoln's quaint some-
time crude humor this ono
clings to my momory" s.ild Mr.
Lilian). "Lincoln wns Irving a
easo In tho county court presided
over by Judge DavJs my slop
mother's father. Noon recess
camo'nnd all of ITTR lawynrs ox-
cept Lincoln visited tho village
hottd for dinner. Thorn ono of
tho lawyers had thn misfortune
to rip tho sent of his trousers on
a null In a cliulr and lie iicutme
tho object of tho humorous com-
miseration of his friends. One
wag carried on the Joke by writ-
ing a'petltlnn for a puhllc sub-
scription to a fund for a new
pair of pants.
"Lincoln was still sitting nt ths
triu! table In tho courtroom when
tho amusod diners returned nnd
tho wng Immediately Inid his po-
tltton before 'Abe" Lincoln read
the document with mocii gravliy
and wroto on the lino provided
for his signature and nuliscrlp
Unit these words 'Tlio under-
Mgned declines to subscribe to tho
end tn Mew - A LINCOLN"
NEW ARTICLE TEN
ists Threaten to Holt
DEMOCRATS ALSO BALK
Hitchcock's Opposition Holds
Many in Line to Fijrht
DISCUSSION IS CONTINUED
Many New Solutions Offered
but No Conclusion Hunched
WASHINGTON. Feb 1!. I.ltllo
bionght furwiifd cM'ei da) by repub-
In addition to lis fullurn to com-
inn rid the demooratlr Hiippoit for
wliirh lis sponsors had hoped. It was I
said thn now draft wan unacceptable '
to some rescrvatiotusts on tno repun- by which tho money ! to lie pio-
lie. in side who threatened to Join tholvldeil Is to give Ihe touchers the In
Irrccnnclllnbli. opponent of rntlflna- crease until preent salary funds are
Hon If Win modifications propwed ImuU to be brought by the teueheis
wero made In tho original republi-
A canvass of the 4li republicans
Is understood lo Imvo shown that
only about 30 could lie counted on
to vole for ratification wllh the
chanxed roKorvatlon under which
Ihe I'ltlted State? would dicllni) to
guaranti'o the Integrity of leaguo
members by force economic boycott
or any "other moansV except whu-i
congress acted. Sixty-four volen are
necessary to ratify and doubt wns
expressed genemllv whelher 3 1
democints could bo Induced to do
ert their p.irly leader. Ketmtor
haw several repulillcins of Hie mllrt
reservation group but If wai de-
clared Uhat no conclusions wore
URGES TRAINING BILL
IVivhlng Mningly Advocate Ailoj.
Hon of riiiiulor.v Men-nice In
Ailili . i.i ltIo lUx'k.
LITTLi: ItOCK Ark. Fob. 12.
Universal military training for thn
youth of (lie nation was strongly ad-
vocated by (Jen .InlinVj. Pershing
hern tonight when ho iqioke nt n
banquet given In his honor by the
Little Hock board of commfi i-i'. Ills
endorsement of lho plan being pro-
posed and opposed In congress was
nbsolutely unqualified. He charged
tho opposition to tho plan to a full-
urn on the part of Its opponent to
comprehend tho proposed system nnd
Us worth to lho oung manhood of
"1 am strongly of the belief that
everv young mtin In the country Is
In need of u period of Intensive mil-
itary training" said tho general. "In
urging universal military training I
mn not only thinking of thp possi-
bilities of war but of tho great
physical benefit that a period of
ir.iiiiing sucn ns inn nrmy glV'-s
would bo to our young men.
i nose wno opposo tlio plan do so
largely because they fall to oompro-
hend the mal meaning of the plan
and the real benofit that It will bo to
the eountrj. This Is a big subject and
It must bo carefully analyzed before
It Is actually comprehended."
First Dcflnllo Hermit Achieved
Mnr on High Prices In Klnfc
Dy Associated I're Slate Wire.
OKLAHOMA CITY Feb. 12. -Tho
first definite result of thn aclivilles
of the stnto fair prlco commission
csmo ronuy wnen a wliolcscilo com-
mission merchant of this city whoso
name has not been dlHclnnel plwuled
guilty to a charge of taklnr exce-alvr.
profits In sugnr and has promised lo
make a refund to grocers from whom
thn hlKlwprices havo been enacted
iiccorillng to announcement made by
Dwlght ItogerH secretary lo John II.
Heboid stato fair prlco commis-
sioner. Charge to whloh thn whnlcwilcr
pleaded giilliy had been filed by a ! nrtrli Offora llol
retail merclmnl who deflated profits1""""" ''"' ' "CI
us miji-h as 7 cent ( loij pounds
airove tlie maximum permitted by
the governmr-iit had been mode. The
fulr price eonimlsslon will take slop
to hove tho refund p.iwsed on down
to tli consumers so that tho grocers
will not bo pomilttnd to profit by lho
extra churgo on tho transaction.
Tfl.Ht. fllla Masimum 56. rnlnlmuui
2C- north winds: iUr
OKLAHOMA: Krlday fair (omewhu
warmer in east and south portions; Satur-
day fa'f folder
i.pL'IHIAN.: Friday fair warmer In
north iirtions: K'aturday fair warioer in
AHKAN'flAS: Friday fair warmtri Balur-
day fair cooler In west torllon.
KAbT TKXAH Prldar fair wanner In
north portion- Saturday fair cooler in
WEHTTKXAS I-'rlday'and Palnrday fair
r-ooWir i north portion
KA'vH Partly ilniidv rruls .o'le
in a'ternoon or oiglit
f'aturday fair end
I aaluon Taiiora make Band -oihe-. H
V rirner Bccond una Main. upnUira. -
.ALLIES 10 STAND FIRM FOR EXTRA
Settlement of Controversy
Is Ucaehod and All
PLAN TO RAISE FUNDS;
Chamber of Commerce M-'i-tsJ
With ContendiiiK Sides:
Suit-Will He Filed.
My Assnelalnl Press lllale Wire.
I.AWTUN Okln.. Foil. U -The
contloverH)' between the school
teuehers and Die. hoard of education
vas ended late this afternoon when
the liKhirs withdrew their teslgna-
Hons and ihe liourd re-irlnded Ps
action In aecepllng thein follovvlng I
a Ihrei' hour ronferein-c of the I
UencherN the lionrd and the exec 4
iivo oiiimiiitii.n of thn loe.ii t-hiiinber
j ioiimierce '
un? teachers are to receive thn.
incnsise demanded and tho method I
and Iho balance due to bo paid oil'
of a sinking fund op a couit order
OKLAHOMA CITY F-b. 12 It.
II. Wilson slate sperinlenileiit of
public inslruolloti today received u
colnplete ri'port of Ihe true hers'
wage controverey nt L.iwlim. but
said he wns powerless to Intervene in
"The fact that thn board of educa-
tion ill l.ovvtnn has ne"eptcl Urn
lenclirs' resignation us 111" inport
hhrnvs.'' the HUperlnlendent Mild "re.
Ii.um'.h the teiiehets from their obll-
aailons and they are free lo accept
positions In other cities. It Is only
when resignations nro not necpled
Unit certificates can be cancelleil try
action of tho state board."
AWAIT WILSON PLAN
Section .Men Will itvc llocil lo Any
Fair Pihm)mi1 President llnrkor
hiijn In Detroit.
DirritOIT lb 12 -Any "fair
propooltlori" put forward by Presi-
dent Wlloon In tho railway wugo
controversy will rncelvn serious con-
sideration of officers of the lliother-
liood of Mutnlnnunru of Way and
Itnllwuy Shop Lalsirers It was an.
nounceil ul headquarters tonight.
Tho sUtnment was also attributed to
President Allen K. Darker that a
mnro oonclllntnry attitude would bo
ndoptnd with President Wilson If Ihe
'pTwId'nnt irn-opened negotiation
with thn rnnlntenancn of way men
wio linvn been urdurud lo strike on
"We shall try to do tho right
thing as wo always have wllh the
president" Mr. Harkor slid. "If hn
puts forward any fair proposition wo
shall accept jt Wo only ask a square
Mr Harkor declined to Mnto
whether he would hold up tho strike
in tho event thn president wished
more time to consider thn matter.
I In also declined to discuss any re-
port that ho hnd been usked If ho
would call off tho strike If a wsge
tribunal wern nppolnted. No such a
proposal hnd yet been made it was
Heavy Cyclone Center h
Over Northwest Florida
WAKIIINUTON. Fob 12- A fairly
strong cyclonn is centered over
iiorllivvesl Florida coast moving
norlheasl tho weather bureau an-
nounced tonight Tho storm warn-
ings arii displayed on the Allautin
coast from Jacksonville to Now York
There Is a well marked depression
ovnr Soulhern Alabama tho report
irom tno weather iipieau tonight
Hinted and general winds with thun
derstorms hive occurred In tho gulf
und south Atlantic slates.
ollll raflC IH JCatlt ICil
ii Arilillfl Lt(lnll 1IVP
Jlr a IjLflHiaiUI C
IMIOHNIX Ariz Feb 12 P.n i-
ficailon of tin- woman suffrage
amendment to the federal constitu-
tion by a speeml somhIoh of Hie Arizo-
na legislal urn was completed to.
(iencral Wood a Name
Will Not lie Offered
WAHHINTON Feb. 12. Set.l-
tor llorah of Idaho today offered
to bet Senator Moses of New
Hampshire campaign manager of
tlon. Leonard Wood n silk hat
Hist Wood's name will not oven bo
prosentml to 'the Itepubllcao Na-
Senator Moses has not ynt taken
the bit which Is understood to bo
still open. Whither tlie (Inclina-
tion of Senator Moses was dun to
New .HnglHnd conservniisui or a
personal pVcjudlci ugalnst polit-
ical bets or a lurking suspicion
that thn Idaho senator pnaslbly
knows what he Is talklnv about
remains to be seen
Maple Itldge Homes
v Isrie lirl.-li home just south of Manle
H"lre H l all II. si an elegant home
' ii ur I ii w I'lirr iii v7. IS riglll IO
Maple Ilidge an eight room two-story homo
' v'" '? .if. .n
Manfan Hrally Co.. 01 Mao Uldg. Cedar
Shipping Board Head
Takes Interior Post
as Lane's Successor
John llnrdm Pa) no.
WASHINOTON. 1Mb 12. John
llartoii Ptijnn of Illinois has been sn-
iveled by President Wilson to be sec-
rMury of llm Interior .to succeed
Fiatiklln K. Lime Mr. niyno Is now
ehnlruuin of the United States ship-
Mr. Payne will takn over hls.new
dutlns March 1 when Mr. Ijuio re
tires nt his own request. Mr. Pajnc's
successor nn nhuirmau of tho ship
ping board .has not Jot been an-
nounced. Ileforn becoming clmlrnnwi of thu
shipping liourd on August 7 1919
Mr. Puyne wi general counsel of
thn railroad administration und bn
font that ho was general counsel of
the P.mnrgoncy Flont corporation. Ho
Is a native of Virginia and Is 05 years
old. His home Is In Chicago.
Former Senator John F. Hhafrolh
nf Colorado Is understood to have
been selected n Mr. Paynn's sun
cessur nt Ihn heod of thn shipping
board Mr. Hhnfrnth wnn defoated for
ro-elecllon In 191 by Soualor Lnw
lenco Phlpps republican.
H. B. ENDIC0TT DIES
Kline Muilufiintnivr I'niiiiliieut lis
Imbue Arbitrator Proinlncnt
War Worker Succumbs.
HUSTON Keh 12 Henry 11.
Hndlcolt C5 M-ars shoe miiuufac-
t ii i or and food admliilntra'or nml
executive manager of tho Massachu-
setts (Uimmllteo un public sufaty
during tlio war. .who wns widely
known ns arhltintor of labor ills-
fiTilm died at a liospltal In Ilrnak-
lyn tonight. Hn roturneil from the
sonlh a few dn ngo vvlieu an Ill-
ness developed requiring tin. opera-
tion. Death was unexpected. '
Who KittHcd General
Pershiny in Tulsa?
Girls' Claims Clash
"H was not nn Oklnhomn 'liy
girl who kissed Oeneral I'crslilijg
for I did H myself " dei lured a
lilushlng brunette who culled nt
Thn World office last nlghr ask-
ing Hint her namn be wiihheld.
Sho ludlguautly ileri'iunced us a
fraud tho Miss 11. K. I'lte. who
claimed the osenlatoty hopnrs In
a slory published yesterday nfler-
noon "I fill i Die on. i-.irl lo lil-is i'in
getieihl in TnNa and ran prove
It" Mho Havserled. "Kverv one
who ws with tho general when hn
entered Ihe convention hall knows
that Urn knwIusT did not occur
I then us till File woman says but
ofler the conclusion of thn pro-
gram while lie wns shaking
All attempts lo find thn alleged
Mis Flip of Oklahoma City at
Hotel Tulsa where the story said
she was a guest failed and hnr
namn could not b' found on tho
register "We ihnvu no recnid of
any such person having stopped'
hern In tlie past three weeks."
said Mr. Julia Divl. the Infor-
mation clerk sfler a careful
soruilnv nf her books.
YOF WANT VHOTKCTION
against loss due tn any shortage In
help In lho handling of your enter-
prises you want to keep tenants In
the Btom room and housos you havo
erected for rental purposes you de-
slro to find tho best opportunities
for luveatlugi your surplus funds.
World Want Ads will protect you
ngalnot unproductive property- they
will furnish you ihe besi help to !
found In tint city every day in. t as
your demands arise u will open
up for you tlio best opporuioitn fur
making ;rtat gams in tuim d- als
Telephone vnur Warn Ar's lo Tho
World. Phone Osuao OOCyj.
Supreme Council at
London Will Insist
UNDECIDED ON DUTCH
No Conclusion Is Reached
on Further Course to
France and England Not
Wholly Agreed on Mod-
ifying of Requests.
r)NDON Feb. 12. Thn allied
supremo council today discussing
the situation arising from Oermnny's
violent protest over tho extradition
demands ngteed on lho question ot
Insisting upon thosu domnnds It wits
It hn been reported that thero
wero dlfferonces between Franco and
Clrent Ilrltaln ns to whether tho de-
mands should bn modified.
It Is probnhln that thn position of
thn allies will lie not forth soon In a
statement. This mny takn tho form
of nnolher communication tn Her-
many. or possibly una to Holland. As
far as can on ascertained however.
nothing definite lias been decided
regarding any further slops to bo
taken toward Holland.
HKKLIN. Feb. 12. Tho Herman
list of tho licensed persons demandeil
by thn entente will bn published
within a fow days. It Is nntinunced.
I no .Miunnni xnllutig snvs Hint
Orrinuny will refuse to entertain tho
Idea of a neutral tribunal for try.
mg mo accused which has been uuir-
According lo thn Krenr. Zcltunn-.
former umpcnir William sent a tel
egram to tho Dutch Rovornmont cm-
phntlcnlly refusing to glvo his con-
sent to tho surrender of tho former
Herman crown prince ns tho latter
had proposed to tho entente.
ASKS NATIONAL LAW
Allen Wain Knnsns Court Uttv
.Madn .Vutlon-WMc S'roi fcuro
Soliillon for linluiirlal Trviulilc.
CIIirAi'i i-vii. t n..iiri.
rcccntlv rnrmn.l K'tinvia l nt 1.
i ....... . a...... vm. . in in-
dustrial relation lv lio it .om; strldo
t.jrard 1 1 1 - Milution 0J Iho r.ounlry
liiiliisli-ai iitirt-t p-olilem. ijovernor
ncnry j. Alien or lianvas at tho Chi-
easro Hnr nsonliitlnii li..iiinn.t tn.
night said ho believed "tho thing
dono In Kansas could bn dono In tha
nation at largo"
"The Kansas court" said the gov-
ernor "is founded upon tho princi-
ple Hint government -should havo tho
sumo power to protect society
against tho ruthless offenses of an
Industrial strlfo that It has ulwaja
had to protect against roysnUel
fiovornor Allen outlined the work
ings of tho tribunal which Im'siilil
WOH VnstSil Willi linurn- Irt .lAlMp.nl...
all Industrial controversies which
mil) in iiireaien to ninilor. delay or
suspend tho operation" of such In-
dustries ns thoso affecting food fuel
clothing nnd tinnsporlation. Tho leg-
islation ustablli'tenf ihn trlbunn;.
thu speaker said should "mnko
strikes lockouts boycotts and blax'k-
onus iiiuiia-ens iry unu .inpoSMUIO
PROBE RIOTS AT LEXINGTON
Army Oitiimaiidcr Orders. Cnllliur of
a NMvlal fir-nut! Jury.
LK.VI.WITON. lev.. I.'aI. '.n-rinr.
oral .Marshall. In command nf fed-
eral Irooos enforcing- mnrtlnl liur
here as a result of an attempt to
ivncn vv imam i.ocKctt negro last
Mondav bus ordered Judge -Charles
lierr to Itoiiiinot n Hi.Ael.it i-jl lum
Immediately to Invottigata tho rlot-
IfllC I. tut thn nellnnu it ih.u. .A
n - ... 111. U
Misted civil authorities.
lx peisons wero killed and sev-
eral wounded when a mob attempted
lo obtain possession of Lockett.
WOOD SUPPORTERS TO MEET
Important ('iinfcrenii Will lie Hold
In Now York to Plan Campaign.
NKW YOltK. Fob. 12. An im-
portant conforencH will bo hold hero
In Iho next fow days between Ma.l.
Oen. Leonard Wood and somo of his
political advisers It wus learned to-
day. At Wood headquarters It wan
said thn general was expected to
leave Chicago tomorrow nnd will rc-
itunl to Chicago Immediately after
' the conference.
lt was announced today that
I Wnod organizations had been c(-
fecled In .30 Btates.
Urhulsk Is Re-Taken
by Afiti Red Forces
lIAItHIN l'eb E. A dlspa-cli
from china reports that the forces
of Oeneral Kappnll commander-lu-chlcf
of the western armies of tho
n!I-ltuslan government have recap-
tured Irkutsk nd ejXabllshed con-
luct with General Sernenoff. Gen-
eral Kappell's fm res found no true
of Ao'i.irai uoiciuiK urmer nea'i
of h e an Kmvslan government
whoso faro U unknown tho dispatch
rs)d p'ane lo eat Harmory Cafaterla
I nder Woolworth i aJiU a. Main Adrt.
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