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tuw M rtwi uiw Mi Minimum s. North m iniin. mi 1 1 cloudy, DT0L5E Ti3 IF A a0VV.V:V 1A r m L Lyr')vyV(y LAX wAir 11 1 w v i v I I I M ASIIINUToN. X,,v, I. I fml: Ofclshomi -Fair, Sligbtl warmer Sunday, Monda) tali Fl'l.l II v-i i- U'lRi amh i l i h ri:i ss ki I'nltl I i I I. ii mi luiii s-i n i i n 11(1 ii in r lit r. Vllh.lX. NO. -II 22 I'AOKS BITTER UN 1 MI Of ! IEI II IS PliMi' riy L8 A, OKLAHOMA, K I' X If A V , KOVKMHKH 2, 1913 (Altai tN BACkKli ir v. msi mi u i i i- i n. hum. i on in i CRUCE IS DELIGHTED WITH TULSA JOURNEY A MUD-WING FICHT w i u n.i i ii w i i n in ( i i I lo (ill IN IMM IN II l 1 F.ltVTIIINt; idim.ottia IN CAMPAIGN in l sthoni. Pi:UON U.IIIIX MANY ELECTIONS TUESDAY ( inixiilrr-. I ,iil mil u . ttonal iMiniiiii Lifetime Ull I dill U- III 11 Several States meet Uovernore, Con m cssmisj ami Municipal nf fliors nil Tlie-tlay . NEW YORK, Nov, 1. llattla for the mayoralty of Men Fork, vvith at tendant skirmishes Cor leaser offloes virtually closed tonight, ending campaign in which economic Imum were burled under an Interchange nf personalities, ami a flood ot vitupera tion, en Tuesday ballot will be cost. Final speeches will he made Hon day. The toes ol Tammany Hall, united under tin- fusion standard, with John Purroy Mutcheil aa tholr leader, have centered their tire upon Charles F. M in . . in', am many ohloftatn. Mitch ell, although tireless campaigner, was eclipsed as an orator by John A. Konnessy, a political comet, whose course deflected candidates from the orbits of campaigning to acrimonious debate, large ly centered about the recent removal of William Suizer from office ami revelations resultant therefrom, Henneaay was Bulaer's Investigator of uruft in state departments mid he , has made public what he claims to have unearthed in tin- way of cor ruption. His bom be rdmenl ol Mur phy and F.dwurd K. M. t'all. Tammany candidates for mayor, resulted In a I John Dos Investigation i the district attorney ami the revelation that for mer St. lie Senator Btilwell, now in . Sing Sing prison for bribery, sought a (anion from Eulser by turning In former against 'i immany. These charges have been mel with hoi de ntals, liolh Claim Victory. Fusion leaders predicted tonight the i election of .Miteheii by pluralities ranging Rrom Ml to 111,010. Turn- I many was equally confident that Mc-1 Call would win by ft i 50,111 to 1 oo.ooo. The turmoil of toe oatnpaigti has resulted in unloosening the tongue of I the Tammany ehli-ftalti lor the first i time in the eis. Under talked daily one occasloi words. in ih,. epidemic of mud-slinging one flume has been untouched. This li Charles s. Whitman, diatrkrl attor ney and candidate of all parties and factions ior re-election, Ho i aid ing In the tight against Tammany i f minor Interest are ths contests far Congress .n two districts', and lor state senator In tin. district rep resented by Sttlwell before b was sent to ling Sing, In the Thirteenth congressional dis trict, a BUOOsasor is to he choaen to the la'" Timothy D. Sullivan. "Big Tim," of the Howry, and in the Twentieth dlstrlot a sucoeasoi win no cle, ted to I'ramis Burton Harrison, who resigned to i,o governor-ceneral ol tin' Philippines. New Israel Htsi- Uohotsoi'. TfUBMTON, N. J , Nov. 1 The campaign In New Jersey, which In volves principally ths election ol a governor, practically closed tonight, ih.- campaign haa been marked by iio- preaencs of several men of na tional prominence. Secretary of state Bryan, Senator James of Kentucky and i 'migi ssmaii illass of Virginia were among those who spoks for lames F Fielder, democrats candi date for governor, Senator Borah and othel of progressiva tendencies Governor BdwinG stokes, Foi mer Benato and Govern ' ilvLAHt i.M A CITT, Nov. I. -(Spe cial. I Returning hoinu loUu from 'I ii Ibu. where lie and bis official party hud spent ths week in attendance upon the Dry-Farming congress, Qovemor Cruoa expressed most com plete satisfaction with his visit and sspeolall) the treatment from Tulsa i it! Sans, No where, he said, hud be ever I n Where the hospitality was so distinctive, There wua no consid eration spared and no effort too meat from those in the management of ths exposition and the ottlsenS of the pit) when the pleaaura ami oomfort of the governor and bis pally coidd be served, it is too bud," said the governor, 'that more of the people of Okla homa could not come to this great exposition, 1 believe they could have derived ureal henefll and experience from what there was to lie sen and hard. For education possibilities I consider it t f ths opportunities of a lifetime." SUFFER FOR LACK OF HOUSES THE LAST DAY OF THE FARM EXPOSITION slant thousands of people visited exposition yesterdai sim a greatei tfi'Hiiids today, which will lie Tomorrow morning, work iu Ih, International d is xpei ' the lust da) Of the g in si pted mi tearing di d t, eat I iwn , I HI t BXPUSIU I lot sin and exhibits. Tills. i has invested about M,I in tins exposition, ct the greati i part of the tiaitors so fur have been people ln, do Rul live IN 'his city, There are more than tf,MI Tulauim who have never been Inslds the exposition gates, Man) of them havs good reasous for out hat in s attandad as yat, There is no sxouse foi anyoui balng sbsenl Lu day, Ovr a hall million dollars tutal Uiveslment is represented on the exposition grounds. Nations all over the world have contributed liberal!) to making this exposition tin greatest tinux ot the kind svoi planned Tin gates will be open all duv today, The exhibits and exhibitors will all be there to Mew. The show will be seen in every complete detail The admission at the gates toda) will be it cents f"t men and 80 cents for women. The Indies iii in addition, eai n be presented with u souvenir furin coiix'ess medal, fine of ciiarft" The Fifth Raglmental Band win give a concert this afternooa Frisco shuttle trains will run to the grounds all da) long ami tbers will he adequate street ear servtoe besides It will be Tulsa Hay at ti xposltion At ii o'clock ttiis afternoon a moving plcturs panorama ol the ex position grounds and the crowds win uc mad b) a hiti movlnn pic (lire company that has had operators lu re for h Week making films of tile exposition I A B MOVES ,JI I1IIIS I S PUK J K F I V K ' E NTS DOG WHIP ATTACK PERFECTLY PROPER MH I' kill c I UK lilUTINli I N II-. VI I l I, Flit mii i: -llilll tAlt sllllkl II t- 11 1 1 1 1 y 1 11 i 1 r U llilllll 1 1 1 M 81 IKE IN : MUSKOGEE C! Ailii., . 111 la v 0111,11 I,, tvoid l'o- liile.il I'arttea mill hot to bs HUllaul IN THE STREETS I 'II l( AU' 1, til I'ankliurat, tb -Mrs, Kuuuallne hlnglish suffragette BATTLE 01 STREETS REBELS WILL APPEAL I DIM N ITtll.s Tt Hill K I P sl I I It Mil I I Ml v Will I Mi H II. -UN I ill! Itl (X, NlllitN I IN HUM) .41 Main i 1. 1. lies nf Opposing Factions Mark fluxing Hours of Uto I amp.i ign, N, Oevelopmoiits on Mexic Munition IVcre tiiven Ulll al asliiniclou 1 t'-iinii III NDHI DS OV Hot si s IRE I Itt.KNT M i l) IN SWD gfRIVGB N) VN of Crowded conditions 111 the clt) Tulsa in respect to lack of h"iis' s in which to live, are Strikingly reflected in the similar situation to lie found ui Sand Springs. Unless outslds capi tal can he Induced to invest in dwell iiiK" at Sand Springs Conditions there will shortly become many times as deplorable as liny are at this time on account of a lank of houses. Beoauss of tin newnaag of sund Borings, it hus been fund to be a hard task to enco irags N t-rul I lie uounc make I. OALliS, gonora, N en us tlx no Carransa, leadoi nf Mexlcuu cniistltiitioiialistd an i here t on ik lit thai be moild 1 foriuul appeal in Washing I, nilll- memory of his follow the aasaull Mr Murph) with reporters and on 1 made a s ch of 1,511 paniss to lend money on property I Bulsor found himself in a strong T un there. The sume difficulty is met many territory and took his place in with other men of means, t'harlesjan improvised balcony, opposite local Page, founder of Sand Springs, is now i lam ma n v headquarters. buildiiiK houses there to the number Four wagona, bearing McCall and of seventy-five. He has procured thai Smith signs drove Into the crowd Into fuel, .lies and shops f"r the town, but the Street. Men set upon the wagons the task of building houses for all j lure off the situs and wa ned the driv of the labou rs is too Mg- a burden for i ers to leave, They had hardly gone one man to assume, as it will rssjutre when fire engines dashed up, some one M.W luKlx. .Nov. I, On the eve of dosing the campaign tor the may oralty election, the fusion and Tam many forces, through public orator) and written statements tonight con tinued then political war of denuncia tion und denials. Among Interesting developments was the repudiation by F.dwin U'. Mi - Call, Tammany candidate, of a charge thai be bad borrowed lit. 000 from former I', die Inspector McLaughlin. presumably to meet a "campaign as sessment," when he was Dominated for the state supreme court in 19(12. m..i ""f '."Ti gfr'ng- ;i .gjl)"" ir denial. Of tl mane -i.'vii. . ,i-,. i, U ,1 bam Bulaar, deposed governor now a esndldnte for the assembly from the sixth district on tin- lower Fast Bide, I toda) on their plans for dealing with met with one tonight which oaused I tDP Mexican situation, The govern him to accuse his political enemies of mettt here still is awaiting some ii ii - adopting a new method of warfare. I uouncement from ths Kuerta admin Suiter went Into the second dlstrlot ! Istrntlon as to ths result of the last to denounce Alfred EC, Smith, speaker of III" a -sen; bl seeking re-election. ton. probably tomorrow or Monday for recognition of the belligerency ot , the Mexican Inaungents General Cgrranas arrived tonight on a special train fi uri Mermos tho capital of lonora, it was said in revolutionary clrolea that CgrranXa' mission was to nnet ami confer with an agent ot Preal dent Wilson who was expi oted to ar I rive tomorrow. t Hatting MtiittA. 1 WASHINGTON, Nov. I. Adminis tration officials shed no further tleht having sent in n false alarm. When Bulxer finally was able to speak, thirty ni.int fire ( lackers were set off in rupid order. Madison street horse cars, Which run ordinarily at nliout thirty minute intervals, began to pass through the crowd frequently, something it k . 1800,000 to build the several hundred dwellings necessary to house the employees. In the smelter, the glass works, the car repairing shops and the steel null, tin f which are now rushing work on factor huildimis and the Inst of wnion w in Degiu tins week to pre-1 wum loraea w on passengers wno in-1 agent pan no. miii rm operation, about Biineu tnai ins oonauotnr stop wnere thousand men will be employed. Band the throng waa most dense, Springs Is now overflowing Its houses, flirts in a doorway began Shrieking und hotels. This infl ix of additional I whan Butaer tried to speak. A fife workers. Iinlsss relief is had in the and drum corps oam. Men Carrying meuntime, will seriously inconvenience J Tammany banners marched behind it. the brigade of tollers Which Mr. Page Many flt.t fig'ite were diverted and the crowd turn.-d Into street on Hie side. Bulger was then stoned with eggs and Vegetables, he retiring Into a building, hlS audience following When he left, disorder was resumed Chester c Piatt, ex -Governor But- election. Reports describing ths conduct of the elections and giving Impressions of the political situation generally in Mexico were r Ivod today from John Und at Vera Crux, it is bo. Ileved some of the suggestions under consideration have been submitted to Mr, land for approval, it is not expected that any an nouncement of the situation will be m tde before Beat week has brought into the Tulss trade ter ritory and has caused employment to be given to in Tulsa's suburb of Band Springs The tOWnsitS company is taking a second moitgSgea in lis ef forts to relieve the Situation which Is' now little short sf an Industrial crista it Is the intention to lay the matter before the Tulss Commercial club for assistance on account of relationship of interests existing. lit, I t TION IRRKKTH M UK Registration Frauds ie I liargisl in Pittsburgh. PITTSBURGH, Nov. l. Dr. i;. It. Walters, delinquent tax collector of zer s secretary, gave out statement tonight with the hpproval of the de posed governor, in which ha said thai John Parry Mitchell owed his certainty of election as mayor to Bulser. When Hennessy and Bulser entered the cam Palgn, It was spiritless he said. Plat! predicted Bulaer's election to ths as. sembly by n big majority. Rdwin McCall devoted most of hla attention tonight to the Real side dis tricts, where Bulser has been oam- c indldatc Of Indiana California .-poke for i andldati were Bi eretl i cpulilh ans spoke for republican i Bet sridge Johnaon of among those who ( 'olhv . progn ssl v e Bryan In MarylHUil. BRRDKRICK, Md , Nov. 1 . .- re. tar) of state Bryan made three peaches in western Maryland in ths interest of the demo, ratio ticket and (specially of Blair Lee's candtdac) tot in,- tlnltt d states senate Alleghaney county Howard h. Oua-1 paisntng ana nad almost as exciting s ler, load of the department of iup-ltlm at one of his meetings as the plica of Pittsburgh) ami Polloemaa I deposed governor, H was Interrupt Harry McKalvey were urrested tdav. sd by oppoaltlon sympathlsera, and charged with conspiracy in connection I fights w ere numerous as disturbers with alleg-d registration frauds. They1 were ejected were released on ball foi a hearing One of the minor candidates, Thotn next Monday. I M C 1'res. running for dhttrtct st- Tlils was the latest move in the I tomey in the Bronx, had an exciting st bitterly contsated municipal I experience when several foreigners campaign in the history of up? city, I whom he waa about to address, ruahed and Was foil. .wed by the announce- toward the platform shouting Tur nout thai lie head of u detective "'" smrd for "death." Press' friends agency of International reputation had I came to his aid ami s free tor-all arrived hers to consult with the com- BfM took piao until police ugarvea ". of i. m bundl ed regarding X resetted PrsSS, w ho escaped uninjured, i lean election next Tuesday. The principal offices to be filled at H PltW OH M.W ITEARg ths 'bat',,, J, waa thai of mayor and five I -i 'be nine In the cltv conn- tBBIIRi PARK, N" .1. Nov 1. Hot Pigbt in Mnaanchusetts. BOSTON, Nov. 1. Otic of the most spirited as well as MM of the ; i hottest campaigns in Massachusetts I politics virtually was closed tonight I with four of the seven candidates foi governor declaring themaSlVes confi- j ibut of success. There w ill be also I decided Contests for the rest of the ut tolckat and the legislature. The latter, now republican, is the object of a stiotig gubernatorial attack The gubernatorial contest is an un usual one. Governor RugOUS N l'o who fors.iok the repiiblb tn pattv four ) '.,rs ago and as elected t" COh' (( nllnticrt on Pag" ". ll would OHM Aiabiiniii i ;. i ih., a, i MONTOOMRRT . Ala.. Nov. L Salt as entered late (bis afternoon by th state against the Atlantic ("oast Line railway, seeking to oust thai system ss a corporation doing business in Alabama f,,r nlrged non payment of franchise tax for 1911-12 New Years dav 114 whs set aside by tin. National vr omens Christian Tern p. i.ince 1'nlon In annual convention it" i 'I iv ol fsstina find ttruvd In tte balf of a constitutional amendment fur Countrywide prohibition. Th" convention eslsctcd January II, next. as "cons'ltu'lonul prohibition dev." Mrs. Lillian N Stephens, national I resident was authorized ts call a W. C. T tl mass m-etlng in Washington ' - " eapiaraan tne com- p. r. ,n hrlng B,Je.t or liquor pany has outstanding capital of 0.. traffio evili ehfnro congress. 000. 000 and that Its property In Ala- Mrs. F.llxnbe'h P Anderson, njtbm- Den) til) Meeting, WASHINGTON, Nov 1. Rsprs sentatlves bn Washington of the .Mex ican constitutionalists denied tonight an) knowledge of a meeting planned between General Carransa ami an f President Wilson at N'u gales In official circles it w as said th it the president had sent no agent to meet th.- constitutionalist chief BIGGEST WELL IN STATE Gyia) M'cU in the o-uge Nation Re ported Malting 5,000 Barrets a I n I . It 21- Tlie t' psv (ill compHny's No. i n the Bos on farm in section 1 '. i 'sagt is reported to be good for ,",.000 barrels, the largest producing vtt, in iiklnhomn at Ibis tune It Is on the Gypay'a b ase which started ull tile bidding on the Usage binds lust November, Th- OwasSO well la making 111 barrels ami is attracting mora ut- tention than any well In the state. Maryland Rssota Senator, BALTIMORE, Md., Nov. i Deeptts activity uf various Candidates and ef forts of voters in the campaign In Maryland, win, h pact! cell) closed to night, voter generally displayed no reut enthusiasm Chief Interest cen ters In the contest for the United States senate, the candidates being BUjtlr Lee, democrat; Thomas R, Per- ran, republican, ami Qoorgl t.. V'el- hngton. pi ugreaslvs hatna Is taxed nt approximately IS, nnn 000. lax on Which has not hsn paid. II Is stated that If this suit Is tUCOeeefUl It will lot opy as the fore runnel of others. ai recording sscrstsry r"portei that n commit ee had been appointed to In. VaStlgatS atatements thai there is S lark of temperance education of Ir -dlsns by the government. AN I.N I Mil, I III ) tltl During the entire Ineetlng of the Dry-Farming congress Dot a single arrest was made on the gtounds. and not a single fight occurred - no dlstarii n ' any kind. Now how does that conform to the stories which have been pub lished that Tulaa was tho wtefced eat place in th" state that It was the r'fuge of it. jts and other disreputable ciaaaea. that It wua unfit to live in" We challenge comparison of the police blotters of Tulsa, "klahoma Tty and Muskoge for the dava of the cnngr"ss as to the number of ar rests made. It seems that the croukers would now shut no. nopaii) HcfUMOti to In I,, Run tars I mil Pollixt ProtH)tlon In Vs. in , il INDIANAPOLIS, N.n 1 Tb. strike of Hi,, employes of ths Indian spoils Traction ami Terminal n puny nailed late last night has tied up Street car traffic Mitral) .since noon toda) No effort was mule by tho OOntpaU) I" Stove lbs cars after the tirat tew sent out this morning, which wen stoned by strike syinpa tblxors, All cars on Hie in Intarurtaui lines, W 111, ll I III! lilt, i t lie bea It of I be clt V . over the, Unas of the traction com pany, wors it op pud at the cii limits, Deserted street cars standing m the duwiujton streets were attaotud by strike ympathigars ami man) win dow s wei brofci n The belief is freel) cxireasad that no attempt would ba made to ro establish street i-.,r service until after the municipal election hare Tuesday, l 'i esldunt William i . i logtty ot tin Central Labor Union, loda) teb phoned ths governor, aaylng th union disapproved ,,f vtOleilCS ami charged thai the police were at fault in not dispersing crowds ami pi, serving order, Should the compan) care to make an effort to start its cars tomorrow, Superintendent of Police Hyland sain tonight in- would try in nhc them enough polios to prevent rioting, Uovornor RcfiiMCd Ud. Governor Samuel M, Ralston n fused early tonight to t ike xnt ai tlon in the street car strike which completely tied up ths service here at n today He told M 1)111 Shank, who admitted the slluatioi. waa beyond control Of the city au thorities, that tile polio. B,T not doing' ffiTlr lull duty ami fo" tin mayor to appeal to Sheriff Theodore I'm tens, of .Marion county, tor aid. Tho mayor tonighl conferred with Sheriff Ports USi but no decision was reached. No attempt lias 1 n made to move a car tonight, although about Inn strike breakers wen brought Into the city this afternoon on a spot Lai train Hum Chicago, President Robert I Todd of tho street railway company, Said tonight ba was prepared to start the cars al any tune adeO,uatS police protection for them was offered. Big Riot. For more than an hour late today, a in, di, estimated at 6,000 persons, fought in the downtown business sc. Hon before broken up b) the mount ad polios. The trouble began when Joe Hiohman, a car inspeotor, tried to repair a broken trolley pole mi car The im,i, pulled Htohmau from the car and started to drag him to union he udipiurters when police res cued blm. The crowd continued to battle wllh tho police until tb. mounted polloe reserves arrived At a masting of business men, with Mayor Shank and bis advisors, the advtaebllity uf closing the saloons until th, strike Is settled was consid ered, tun no action was taken. Thousands of man and women walked in., streets tonighl wearing placards which read "We walk; d, you'.'" Women took a prominent part In the disorders They stood In the Streets defying the polloe Al though vehicles of every description were pressed into service, tint gr.-ui majority of Indianapolis laboring i pi" who did not join in the mob that surrounded Hie Louisiana stre.t eai burns, where the strike breakers ar, quartered, walked hum,.' tonight. That the ted era government maj take a hand in the strike was nil! mated In a statement by PoStofflct Inspector William T. Fletcher The cur company has a contract wl'h the government to collect mall from sub stations. Inspect,,! Fletcher declined government would start an IllVSStlgl the malls must he collected on bedulea, and if they wen not, ttn- Hon and make arrests If necess.ry V I. I QV Mil l lilt ( h 1) I T law ttn- Rrnkan to Yesterday Tlaanr with Colgate. NKW RAVIN, Conn.. Nov I. 11 rcy Cornish Jr.. Ynie s best quarter back will not pluy football ugtilii this season Ills law was broken during Hie game with Colgate here this af 1 1 moon and tonight Hr Leonard san- l.'ard, the university physician, stated , that because of his Injury Ooffltsh I would not be able to get into the gain I e gal n this year. M, l.aughlln. a C olgito substitute nd It wus, b ut tied tonight dl-lo. ated his shoulder during the last period, bill finished tti game. Three Bottles Recoiocod FIlrTliF.ltli'K, Hkla. Nov I Three bodies, thnse of M. A. )esn, J. O. Waggoner and f! 8 Wells, who were burled when well caved In here, have been recovered Two other bodies, John ilnil and Robert Wilson, are yet a' the bottom of 'tie well and SffCriS tfl b'cat" thoni have proved unsuccessful so fat Demi's body will be taken to Vermn. TiM tor burial. iquaJ tune und i women ' I feel e I 'III, ago "lint I end ided laaaei , toaay stopped ui si,ri'M,tf,, .ui tnm ii... riMi for Hie first time addraas v ho hu v e i bs right 01 v uli like danotngTi" ahs 'old th woman w im k i eeted kei never dance," SIM mSda tWU speeches und alt i ll thrSS rt'ceptbillS W hi, ll ext. "vet iis main Imam. Mis Pank hurst told several hun dred .members of the Political equity league that if the woman of Illinois tailed in their duty a' His polls, the lights tor votes for women'' would I Ive a set hgCk Ull OVOr the World she advised bei hearers against party affiliations ami against nil 11 lain y. Mis Panknursi thought ths attack irdat on premier anqutth by women dm; whips yyus "perfectly "i i i itt -i hi i: i.iti viv HI KI 11 IP OVI It I0, -Ill Uli AN EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGE Ktate tndltnn Have Not Searl) i oau pint ad an i taminatlon of County's Books, w ,11 proper. Mi i'. i i attended the ,,i ibe sVomens Traders Union league tonight, bull iiijuuid iiiumunii nnm in rnnsrifiiPii :i. nun in mm li s, in MtltlMi CAMP h.n -l i in I NTP.lt K ITtoN Ui II I tins LEWIS APPEALS FOR VOTES -k-- Massachusetts to liHoot Bexno crutic Uovornor umt Not to Re pudiate WllsoU'- poiii-ic-. BOSTON, Nov. rope and Mexico feat MUBKOQBR, Okls., Nov. 1. t.spe. oial.) FMtty-flve thousand dollars, tbti am. aim set forth In the warrant Upon vvlib ti U H iiiiiu i Igla. re moved only a few Imuis before us county treasurer, wits arrested yester day afternoon charged with smb sale mi nt, map be merely u "scratch upon the surface," It was said lust night In uddltlon to the 116)011, money drawn upon two checks for ts.ooo each ha not been accounted for and yesterday afternoi itlaena began i resenting tan Ipta purported 10 bSVS been sinned by II W ain - wrlgbl for Hie payment of taxes upon proporty wttioh has been advertised for sale because Hie r rds show taxes upon the laud have not been paid, lie niaiiv nf Hie lamer banks made reports to the audiiors ' .'tin remain t" report several of sal, liter Institutions. These re- ports may swell the alleged shortage. If the sum total of these amounts. bOWeVSr, does Hot exceed 171.101, Ul i umt uf Mr. Pt'sinw right's bond, the Count) will nut be loser on these Recounts. The county has already lost, however, II T, 000 which amount was up us deposits In the Union State hunk "f ibis city and Hie Hank of Wuln wrlght, In which Mr, Wuinwriuht wua a heavy stockholder. The stats guar i.ntee fund does not protect publls monies, it balng the duty of the coun ty treasurer to require bonds and NUrietles from tits banks to protect de posits of nil county monies in their vaults it is said that in Lbs Inatanos i.:' theas two banks. Ml Welnwrtght ild nut exact this guarantee Mr. u iiinw i igiii a bond spaolally ex- tmpts liability for money Inst in bank allures. Where Hie scandal that involves th wty treason r'g offlcs will end those in authority lust pight did got duie predict, It is thought that at leaat one other and perhaps several n me might become Involved. Sever al of Hi bunks of Muskeg., ami sm all mil coiling out I the muddle with clean ,'ikirts, Ither, ii was declared lust night. people that ') peculiar tranaactlon s said to in. In.. cint tho! v tlve uiie of the leading banks of I. The Orloiif, T'lii will regard the de- f Massachusetta' Democratic candidate far governor, Lieut. Uov. David i. Welsh, as a repudiation of President Wilson's foreign policies, according in United States Senator jam,.- Hamilton Lewis, who addressed luundlng counti Democratic rally here tonight. "Mexico will go further," he said "She yyill preach to he ibis condemnation was president had not recognised Huerta. Muskogee, Mr Wuinw right apparent -la the conclusion SO far-fetched that L si. the investors believe, presented wai iniulit be precipitated with all lis:" check made out contrary to all horrors T" dhlcs for $.ri,ouu upon this lank ami Senator Lewis entered ths Masai I" "r t""" The check. It Is said, chusetls campaign hurriedly at the ro-1 was hot written upon a count) quest of President Wilson. While at treasurer's check but upon an ordln Chicago Tii ii i lay be received a Ude- " l,l'",k ''""k chsck. It was made mam ft SecreUry Tumulty und , I"11''1, 1,1 '" "''"h" and was signed by Immediately cancelled several confer- Mr. Walnwright All checks drawn on tin intv Unas 'itilnattly state mi s to hasten to this slate. .lust now before ths nation's of ibe world tremble two aerioua prob- b ins." said the Illinois senator, "One' is the effort "f President Wilson und ins administration to maintin before tin. i M tent, particularly iepen, thai! dOOtlil f I IB rub Hie right of the slates to regulate and control their in, me affairs, their schools, then lands the manner and Kinds of i - pie who should mingle In their oitl- xenship to Increase or dilute it. "This question us privilege sllllll DOntlnU in whom th- money aas paid ami fur what purpose. Another oheck for 11,000 mads out 'i, W 11. Walnwright ant' paid by an Other bank. It Is said, bears only 'he endorsement "paid" made by u rubber stamp No endorsement upon the ts back of the cheek Indicates to i whom tb, mono) was paid. Tin examination by th auditors of Mi Waluu right's bonks is not nearly i completed iti fact I', has been little more than begun, li will be fully whether this Hue,, weeks n is believed, before it is against ths Is finished and foi that reus. ui Mi Oriental H ry of government or Walnwrlght'a pretimlnari hearing waa w hcthci mil natioiiui government shall get far Decemhei l attempt to override it merely at the Auditors Will llulll.'dlatelv lie set lemutnt of u foreign nution. is the work cheeking tile lung county land m eat problem at W .is . l 'resident Wllaoa is seeking t. hldi solve Its . If It be tin. that money has been paid in for taxes, receipts given ami He ia teaching the Oriental ami ull bo record made on the coiini) i other people thut under e Democracy ptesbled over by a Democratic presi dent, no sovereign state shall be in looks the treasurer's office is in pitt- ful shape. If this practice has been It, vogue sums accounted for n ay run p.,sd upon or intruded upon by any Into enormous figures system of government, either at the The Shortage bus been covered for demand nf foreigner or by Inaiatanoa "'"" mouths, it is uiieged. by laver if the national government w-hicb our iWn people felt wus dlsasifus to their iwn home rub and their luzenshlo. manlp'ilatlnn. The t asi - principle was simple The county's bunks khowd tin- proper amount of mo,ie "Again In Mexico we have a must "eims wnn in re.iiiiv tne it, beaia Itoatlni, Tb- nnhllii sua mono) "is nut there. Mr. Wain- brings us the Information thut Bng' land and lermany doubtless mlsund- wrigbt It Is said, mannged to ha , ll reported, He worked this. It it elstood the Issue have be.,, about to cnarweo niroaxn e inwiiipiiiaTmn ami In Mexico against us. The president l""K" Paper using tn- Uef.n-t riiu. "I rllllWl lHM HI U ' tRI IMS 10IIM. The ii ' ill i 1 1 1 1 h nrj uld tn hatH fuuuil (me f ate In wlii h a 15.000 - .... . t. II.. .L. tt'.. I. tr policy, known as ibe Monros doe-,' u"" ' " """ " I w right waa d. posited In a local bank until they can be fully Informed on the situation and Ibis bs advised fo trine "Foreign governments do not under-1 stand VOttr StatUS hut they do know Massachusetta Ton decide this tier-; tlon aaulnst the Demoorncv and the morning after this decision the fapaxV ese In the Orient Peoalllng tin fight of Usaaartmsitts In behalf "f the itii- erty of the black man will civ aloud that Maesuchusetts hus mpudlntad hor president nti t li n yellow question; that ah" has defeated him In his political tariff and Massachusetts in right of a c-rtlilrate of .deposit blnx Issued 'o Mi Walnwright foi the check. It ws not until three weks later. I Is SXtd that the I h k came hack to tkt I vul Institution marked "no fttUdS. Dur ing thai time, however, and during w hi h time 'he bank might If have inude tlx report. ttV hSCI a is curried to the bank as nionv r de. posit l t I I i 1 I It I l t II I I I.N .1 s ciuoe mill i res; fi-r t Vinson a -iiesicnn . policy bed hen repudiated, that ha had,-""1"1 MPedltlon I Bslatlng len cond.-trined and the adtnmisira- resmients of infantry, two tt in. me rule and government. ,, , , II I, i o ,.. I I .... Hi i. .., ll. a. I I illl. 1 I a 'B)ivgland. Germany and Spain m,s " ' M undrstundlng ih issues because of, "" , "' the same reason would ut Mil o- TRINIDAD, fj MI . Nov. 1 elude that Presld.rt Wilson's Mexican rifl n'1 re"ult of an M two trot ps nf Hon overthrown. Mexico will g't fur- eavm, xao a pwotex n an. .... ther; she will preach tn her peopls ''" ' that this condemnation waa because guard which lefi here early today he had not recngnlied Ilo-rta. la the to BCCUpy UM Ludiaw Usui, i end conclusion so far fetched that arlelr.e the arms and ammunltlol .t mlaht b precipitated with all Itslthe striking miners of Ih? Ludlow rmrrirsT" ' colony.