The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 128, Ed. 1, Sunday, February 5, 1922 Page: 8 of 50
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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUNDAY FEBRUARY 5 1922
G. 0. P. ENMESHED i
IN NEW TROUBLE
Three Matters Affecting
NEW POLITICAL MOVE
... . . .
juomocrnta act isxcollont up.
portunity to Make Capi-
tal of Situation
FOR BOY SCOUTS
WASHINOTON I' I'll. i. Three
Jnattnri nffeotlitK ih fori'htn rela-
tion of tlm t'nlti'il Hlutoa unit nrl-
lnattiiff In thn liouan attirlod loday
to breed iii.Uilciil trouble fur repub-
lican lenders Theso nrf
1. A resolution hy Itsprrscntn-
tlvo llourkn Cochran ilmicrat of
Now York. ilcclmliiK It nn InfrliiKe-
tnctit of tin. rlKhtJ o( tlia lioufiu for
imybody other than ennui-mi in nt-
tntupt to II mil Hit. nil of the army
2. A hill bv llepresnntatlvit Han-
lilt) ili'iiiocrHl uf Jluximcliuwit
tilcilKHU indi iwiiil'inru to tlm 1'hll-
upiliii'n In cum yenr.
1. A rciKilutliiti hy ltvpi ('Soutu-
tlvo .Idhii V. Huiney iliMiiiu rn t nf
Illinois. irovl1liiK fur tho appoint-
ment of nil rimbasaador to thu lrlnti
free male nml the opening of diplo-
matic relation with thu now
In each of thesa inattci tlm 1.in-
ocrnta nee nn opportunity for Brent
Illj Democrat Chant)!.
Tho Cochran resolution alrlkc ut
tho voile of the armament confer-
ence nml thu Validity of thu five
lower nnvul treaty.
The Irish rcHolllllnti will receive
the tttipport of Irish syinpnthlrcrn In
tho United HI nt en while- rhlllpplnn
Independence hn proved u sum poi
with the republican for months.
Kvery effort la beliii; mado hy re-
puhllcan leaders to bury Ihoae reso-
littlonn mid to Insure thin fnlo fur
thorn; tho lank nml fllit of the re-
publican melnharshlp of the houno
la twlng told to slay In line The
Cochrnn lemilutlon la conalilorcil the
present dani-or. It will he imizileil
until nflnr tlm conference dulcKairH
Iihvo departed for their liomeK.
TO DECIDE FATE
OF NEW TREATIES
iintinub Know vaok ovr
nml eevernl other uniformed men
uere arrested and fined (I each for
: ImpcraonatlniT offlrera.
When Illckork noting commis-
sioner of flrn and pollen Kot out
'from under nnd ir turned to their
lKltlinalfl possessor the relna nf
authority at urn end or the. hour
rnllcn Commissioner Adklson
placed In hla hanila tho following
' "My rtnr liny Heonl Krlend:
"Vonr acta iliirlnw the short term
iim commissioner of flrn and pollen
In tlm illy of Tu I An prompt mn to
any Hint I nut Very much Interested
In your future cniccr.
"A mini following nny lrn.de pro-fan-don
or hnldltm puhlla office must
learn enrly In life to bo n real man.
You may bn nMnlli'd pcrsocuud
nnd accused nf shortcoming. The
truth nboilt you may be rruahed to
earth et If you fire fortified with
klronK character act your part baaed
on a clenu record nnd your heart
filled ulih hoiuiHly Integrity nnd
the aplrlt of fair play you will
".My nclvlee to you If I nm cap-
able of KlvliiK Von such la: Klrst
etnud for (lod. country homo nnd
the purault of happiness for your
fellow heliiga. Hcrond atnnd fonr-
e III nro tik the world ho n alrnlKht
shooter anil never loan your cnuniKe
Third never ho nfrnld to atudy pub.
lie iUeatlunN nnd tnko a aland on
"Awuirlnn you of my hearty ro-
operlithui with the boy foil In nnd
with kliiileat personal rcgauR I
wlfili you u useful nnd happy career.
"riic cn orrn inK"
The aellllK city offlelnlK nnd Mil-
ployea for tho hour of the boy
acout authority wero ohormlller the
mayor lllckock the pollro and flro
coiumlfwloner MrKensle atruet com-
missioner II. C. Aditina nter com-
mlaeloner . Ilendrlcka city enul-
neer John Hail superintendent of
atrecta John .Mclntyre city nttor-
ney I'riink lloweii treasurer Then-
(lore Olio hiilldliiR Inspector I'M
Urlahl. chief of police I'uncnn
Murray flro chief. Krench Andnr-
koii pollen JmlKe. Cnrlton Chick
four' clerk Chnrlea Itohbhis truffle
aeruennl Jaiuen Tally finniice cum-
mlssloncr. Vnrley Taylor city audi-
tor Chnrlea Mnrahnll Information
tterk. J. MrC'onnlck stcnoirraphcr
Wllthini Thoiniiiiou and William
l'errymiin clerka Dacnr IiOwry
bookkeeper. IIIkIi Iteboltx chief
clerk John (InllnKhar secretary
nnd I.eii Kncan deputy.
Tho taklim over of city govern-
!nnt by th boya wns n publicity
stunt In connection with thu cam
paign being mado now try mull for
If 000 with which to run tho acout
orgnnlznllon for the coming year
tho rnjotit chief executive John Dud
ley nub) yesterday. Money from the
fines" In court went Into thin fund.
About X000 letters hnva been sent
to btislnesa and profesnlonnl men of
Tiileri setting forth tho flnnnrliil
stntua of the boy acouts I'ntho
Weekly representatives were hero
nnd took moving pictures of tho
hoya In action nt the city hall polluo
court nnd on the atrceta.
TEXT OF TREATIES
CONTINt'B ritOH VXIV) OUK.
designed til riente spheres of Influ-
ence or to provide for tho enjoyment
of mutually enrlunlve opportunity
In designated parts of Chlneso terri-
tories. Article .1.
"China agrees that throughout
the whole nf tho rnllwnys In China
she will not enerelse or permit un-
fair discrimination of any kind. In
parllriilnr there shall bn no illecrlin-
InatlOfiH whatever direct or Indirect
In respect of Charges or of facili-
ties till the ground of the national-
ity or pnaaengera or the countries
from which or to which they nre
proceeding or the origin or owner-
ship of goods or the country from
which or lo which they nre con-
signed or the nationality or owner-
nhlp of the ship or other men tin nf
rotiveylng such pnsflctiRcrs or goods
before or nfter their transport on
the Chinese railways.
"The contracting powers other
than I'hlnn nsaiimn n eorrespnnillng
obligation in respect of nny of the
u foresaid railway over which they
or their nnllnns are In u position
i to exercise nny rontrol III virtue
or nny. concession special agree-
ment or Otherwise.
"Tho contracting powers qthor
than China agree fully to respect
China's rights as n neutral In time
of war to which China is not n
party nnd China declares that when
ulio Is it neutral alio wilt otmorva
the obllgntluna of neutrality.
"The contracting powera ngree
that whenever n altuntlon arises
which In the opinion of nny ono nf
them Involvea In the nppllcntlon of
the stipulations of the present treaty
nnd renders delr.1ble discussion of
such application thero hli l. full
nnd frank communication betweon
tho contracting powera concerned.
"I'owera not signatory to tho pres.
ept trenly which have governments
recounted by the signatory powers
nnd which hnvo treaty rulntlntiH with
China shall be Invited t'o ad hen) to
tho present treaty. To this end tho
I government of tho I'nlted Htatea will
niaaor inn necessary -ommunicnuons
to nonslgnatory powers and will In-
form the contracting powera of the
pAt.llMa rseetvnit Arlherenen bv anv
I power shall become effectlvo on re.
eeipi or notico inereor ny in gov-
ernment of tho United Htatea.
"The present treaty ahnll bn rati-
fled by tho contracting powera In
accordance with their respective
constitutional methods and ahall
lake effect on the date of tho de-
posit of nil Ihn ratifications which
hall take plnco at Washington as
soon ns possible. Tho government
of the 1 nlted Htatea will transmit
to the other contracting powera n
ctittflrd copy of the procaa-verbal
of the deposit of ratification.
The present treaty of which the
HngllHh ami French tots urn both
authentic shnll remain deposited In
tho archives of tho government of
it. triil Ulatna nml ilillv rerttfleil
copies thereof shall bn transmitted
oy that government. 10 1110 oiner con-
"In fulth wlmrenf th nhnvo named
plrnlpotentlnrlea have tilgnod tho
"Dono nt tho city of Washington
tn i.tvflt tltiv nt Vfiltrlmrv. fine
Thousand Nino Hundred nnd Twen-
tiii: t'liiNiwi: tiijjatv.
"Tho United Htatea of America
llelgluin llrltish Umpire China
France Italy Jnpnn The Nether-
lands nnd Portugal.
"With n. vlnw to Increasing the
rnvenucH of tho Chlneao government
have resolved to conclude a treaty
relating to th'o revision of tho Chi-
nom cuetotiiN tariff and cognato
mntters nnd to that end huvo ap-
pointed us their plenipotentiar-
"Tho representatives of th con-
tracting powera having adopted on
tho fourth day of February 1922 In
tho city of Washington u resolution
whlrli is uppended as an annex to
this article with respect to the re-
vision of Chlneso cuetoma duties
for tho purpose of making such du-
ties equivalent to un effective S
por centum ndvnloretn In nccord-
ruico with existing treaties concluded
by China with other nntlonn tho
contracting powera hereby confirm
tho tho said resolution nnd under-
tnkn to accept tho tariff rates fixed
nn a result of such' rovtnlon. The
said tariff rate shall become ef-
fectlvo an goon an possible but not
.H..; tvro months after pub
"With n view to providing nddl-
tloniil revenue to meet tho needs of
tho Chlneso government tho powern
represented nt this conference
namely tho United Htatea of Amer-
ica Jlelglum Tho llrltish Kmplro
CONTINUUM ON 1'AllH NINll
Johnson of California Iinrndegoo
of Connecticut Mines of New
Hampshire and McCormlck of X lit
nola HhUilda of Tennesiee a demo-
cratlo "Irreconcilable" Is also 11
member of It.
Especially with the regard lo tho
four-power I'aclfla treaty tho "Irro-
concllnblea" nro determined thnt tho
conferunon pacta shall receive tho
most careful scrutiny nnd discus-
sion befyrp they nro reported front
the committee to whlcli they wilt
bo referred Immediately following
their submission to tho senate.
Ono of its "Irfocuricllnhle" mem-
bers predicted that tho four-power
pnet would leavo tho committee only
nfter It hnd been "ribbed with rescr-
Vatlona." May Tin l't Treaty.
With only four ropublliun mem
bera on whom ho run depend lo
share his own opinion thnt no reser-
vation nre needed. McCumbcr f
North Dakota Now of Indlntlu.
Kellogg of Mlnneaotn nnd Wads-
Worth t Now York Lodge may
IinVo to full buck on tho flvo league
of mi I Ions democrats who besides
HIiIoMh tomposii the minority meiu-
bershlp of tlie committee In case
they llHtuu to Underw'nud nnd do-
eld o to supiiort the treatlea If
they ahotild not so decide n coali-
tion between them and tho Irie
concllnblea might tlo up tlm treaty
In the committee Indefinitely
at the 'Rarest Store
JfTADY of the house- i I
W some time when you're i I
wishnif; for .1 bit of candy l
just 'phone to your dealer
to send up a box of t
It's tale. They're (ood they're
not expentlve and they're al-
ways the tame - Irtth deli-
cious wholesome. Just cill ior
them by name They come
packed iu a clean nest ttrc
tlve bc. Better order them
right now and et acquainted
with America's most reasons
bly priced luxury.
"The lowest oriced GOOD 3
IS THI TIM!
t put rmvm
Don't Wait Until Prices
Go Up Again
The price of building materials is now at the
lowest figure since 1913 and anyone who really
wanta a homo can now afford to build it.
There is a reason for the big "price slump" in
lumber and materials and it will pay you well
to take advantage of it. Building operations
throughout tho entire country are far behind what
they should be and the result is that mills were
forced to sell their stocks at a sacrifice.
This condition will not prevail indefinitely for
the nation's lumber supply is rapidly diminishing.
At the present time we have on hand enormous
stocks of high grade lumber and materials priced
at a figure that will enable any man to stop rent-
ing and build a home of his own.
Build Now at a Profit
The man who puts his money into a residence now can do so with the
assurance of making a profitable deal. There is still a great shortage of
homes in Tulsa ana a house built ttf today's material and labor prices
will sell at a far greater profit than tho house that was built when prices
wore at the petd.
At this "Building Store" we maintain a complete Home Planning De-
partment for tho benefit of prospective builders. Come out and look
these niodel plans over talk with our architect and let Us furnish you
with an estimate of what your homo will cost.
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Get Hanna's Prices Before
One Block North of Bellview Ccr Line
420 SOUTH QUINCY OSAGE 7925
China. Trance. Italy. Janan. Th'o
Netherlands nnd Portugal ngreei
"Thnt tho custom schedule of
duties on Imports Into China adopted
by the tariff revision commission at
Hhanghal on December 19 19H
anan forthwith tie revised so that
tho rates of duty nh'all bo equivalent
to S per cent effective ns provided
fne In lha .un.a1 r m nrnlnl
treaties to which Chlnn la n party
"A revision commission shnll meet
nt Hhanghal nt tho earliest prnctlo-
itijie iiaiQ 10 cueci whs rovision
r-t.i..t. -.... .1...
Mil I Ull 1111 k"iiuimi i'ii;-
tlcnbla dato to effect this revision
forthwith nnd on the general lines
of tho lat revision.
'This commission shall bo com-
posed of representatives of the pow-
ers itbovo named nnd of representa-
tives of any additional powera hav-
lllir irriviifnminu nt li.n..nl - A r . .
nixed by the powers represented at
wii" tuniortinco aim wno nave ireai-
lea with China providing for a tariff
eeed G tier cent ndvalorern nnd who
urcmiu in i.irueiinin iiiercin.
inn revision nnnn proceed na rap-
dlv m. tntlli1n tt'lll n !.. I. h-
j .... .n yi i.n
completion within four months from
iiiv uiiiti ul iiiu suutuiun ol mis res-
olution by the conference on the
limitation nf nrmritrintit nml 1nlfl
and far eastern questions.
-iiio ruviseil lurlff shall become
effective na soon as possibln but not
earlier fh'nn lirn ttillt- n.- l
publication by tho revision commix-
"Tho ifovernmoiit nf thn irnltn.l
HtatllH. BN ennVAIIni nt II a
conference Is requested forthwith to
vuiiiiiiunieiu inn terms cr mis reso-
lution til lllfl I'llVHTTlTtintl I. t n . . I .- a
not represented nt this conforenca
but who participated In tho rovision
of 1918 aforesaid.
"Immedlflln llnlu ulmll l. !.
th'rough fx special conferenco to pro-
i in iiw w ior mo speedy aboli-
tion of llkln nnd for the fulfillment
menf. nf thn nihn ..titi i..i.i
: wi lung lulu
down In nrticlo VIII. of tho treaty
Vf Mepteinbor fi 1902 between Orent
...i.i un . Hum m nrticin iv and
. of tho treaty of October 8 1903.
betweon Ihn lTnilml Mlnln. .1 n.iJ
and In nrticlo f. of tho suppletnen-
in-.ii in uciooer s 1903 he-
tween Japan arid Chlnu with n view
to lewlnir thn .nol.. - "
In thoso nrtlcles.
"Tho sneclnl pnnr.r.H.. I II ...
composed of lepresentntlvea of tho
signatory powera And of such other
powers na may deairo to partlclputo
?rm'y n"er. to Present
treaty in nccordnnco with the pro-
visions of nrticlo VIII in sufficient
time to allow their representation
uTiiV.iV A " " n" moct ln China
within tlireo monlha nfter the com-
ing Into forco of tho present treaty
on a day nnd nt n placo to bo doslg-
.....v.. u nm i mneso government.
Thn special conference provided
for In article II ahnll consider tho
Interim provisions to bo applied
prior to thn abolition of llkln
and the fulfillment of tho other con-
ditions laid down In the articles In
the treaties mentioned In article II;
and It shnll authorize tho levying of
n surtax on 0111181)10 Imports as
from such date for such purposes
nnd subject to such condition as It
"Tho surtax ahall bo at n uniform
rntn of 3 1-2 per centum ad-
valorem provided that In ense of
certain articles nf luxury which In
the opinion of tho special conference
tnn bear a. greater Increneo without
unduly Impeding trade tho total
surtax mny bo Increased but may
not exceed E per centum advalorcm.
"Following tho Immediate revision
of the customs schedule of tho
duties nf the imports into China
mentioned in article I thero shnll
bo a further rovision thereof to
tnko effect at the expiration of four
)cara following the completion of
tho aforesaid Immediate revision ln
order to Insure that thn customs
duties ahnll correspond to tho nd-
nloretn rates fixed by the special
conferenco provided for ln nrticlo
"Following thin further revision
there shall be for U' samo purpose
periodical revisions of the customs
Nchedulo nf dutlcn on Imports Into
China i-very seven years in lieu of
the dcconnlal revision authorized
by existing treaties with China.
"In order to prevent delay any
tevlslon made In pursuance of this
nrticlo shall be effected In accord-
ance with ruloa to be prescribed by
thn special conference provided for
In nrticlo II.
"In nil mnttora relating to cus-
toms duties thero shall be effectlvo
equality of treatment and of op-
portunity for all tho contracting
"Tho principle of uniformity In
Clock and Jewelry
Swiss nnd all complicated
movements a specialty. Honest
work nnd honest prices with
quick service keeps four mpn
II. T. IjOIiM.H
Manager and ownor of tho
Itepnjr Department nt
John the Ring
Ml South Ilostnn Ave.
1 !j Illocka south of tho Frisco
tho rnlea pf customs duties levied at
all tho land and maritime frontiers
of Chlnn Is horcby recognized. Tho
special conference provided for In
artlrlo it shall make arrangomonla
to glvo practical effect to this prin-
ciple nnd It la authorized to make
equitable adjustment In those cases
In which a customs privilege to be
abolished was granted In return for
sumo local economic advantage.
"ln tho meantime any Increase
In tho rates Of customs duties re-
sulting from tariff revision or nny
surtax hereafter Imposed in pursu-
ance of tho present treaty shall bo
levied nt u uniform rato nd valorem
at oil land and maritime frontiers of
"Tho charge of transit passes shnll
be nt the rate of 2 '4 per centum nd
valorem until the nrrnngements pro-
vided for by nrtlcle 2 como Into
Towers not slgnntnry to tho pres-
ent treaty whoso governments are nt
present recognized by tho signatory
powers and whoso present treaties
with China provide for ft tariff on
Importn find exports not to exceod
S per cont nd valorem shall bo In-
vited o adhere to tho present treaty.
"Tho government of tho United
States undertakes to mako thn neces-
sary communications for this pur-
poso and to Inform tho governments
of tho contracting powers of tho re-
plies received. Adhereiico by any
power shall hecome effectlvo on ro-
eclpt of notlcn thereof by tho govern-
ment of tho United Htutcs.
"Tho provisions of tho present
treaty shall override nil stipulation
of treutles between China nnd tho
i. q mum
ib iiiuunsisioni inernn-ith
thnn stipulations according most f.T
vorcd nations treatment.
Artlclo 10. J
"Tho present treaty shall lo rtl.'
fled hv thn ennlrnmino. r1'"
cordanco with their respective e?n"'
tltlllfnnnt .l.l- .7 Cn-
----"" v ..vua uuu snail tut
-- nWl.n nui.i;ii snail lav
Pil.aco B' uWBh'nKton as soon po'
I III A Thft IfllKnrtllxenl a . . ru
States will trnnsmit to the other "en I
trnetlni? tinwnrn n iA-tiri...t . '
the proccs-verbal of the depos t oil
"Tho present treaty of whl h tlJi
English nnd French lex's are ho
authentic shall remain deposit ij
tho United States nnd duly certified
.un biiuii .iu ii uiiBuiitieu ny thst
government to tho other contra nnt
"In fnlth Wharanf 1 1. . .
... ....... 113 llTIOYf
named plenipotentiaries have signed
tho present treaty." j
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