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TI'l.BA. NOV 3 The tempera lure: Maximum, iiilnliiiuni, EoUttl winds, cloudy, rain- fu 1 1 .u of mi inch. 7 ly MOft fj ,vr LYv I I I I I I - I l M IK I -s, n I I in nils- HI run I liAILV l - la i intuit Weattltoeir W UIHINOTOK, N"v j. 'I'h.. ii ... Ml Ok In hums Ham Mil colder TUDCd iv . W In ml i . i. ii settled i i i i si ii wii;i ism ii i 1 1 n i -1 . i in I'uitr V 0 L . JX . XOL ii IN F1SIHS 1 111 docmit i unci inc virrnoipc Tl'I.SA, OKLAHOMA, II I s I . NOV K VI It I'! H I. 1 H Horn Bl i irK.N in v tHiV- IIC I'M N IN N I H K Is I MH l MITCHELL IS FAVORITE HI ITING HDDs OF FOUH TO OWK I V t) Till. I I sins M n l oll M IVOR. WOMAN EXPLAINS WHY BARR IMPLICATED HER sin KM I s II TO III II It N IM Ml lo ol III K III' IS Din-lares tin" "Ml Campaigning" in Read in flaw of Hie Tsm inani Ticket. N'KW YORK. Nov. 3. With fusion mi. i Tammany leaders prnilletlng ' landslide tomorrow for t,"'i' espeotlva candidates in the municipal campaign, described by oldUma politicians' Hi. liveliest .if u generation, cants i" n . loaa tonight with speechmaklng in all parts of tin- olty. We will win b) 160,000,' deolared r'harlai P. Murph) of Tammany Hulli who in the laal three weeks baa been moved in break his sphinx-tike silence mure often than in any previous cam palgn. Fusion estimates ol victory ranged from T6, 000 in ie.ouo. John Pur roy M Itch ell is the fusion candidate for mayor while Bid ward E. MoCali is tin Tammany standard bearer. Betting odds tonight favorid Mitch ell :i i.. l ami 4 in i wlih Tammany then asking .' in i. Murphy, however, made a smiling prophesj thai thai whole Tammany ticket would win. "The filthy campaigning." Murphy as signed as his reason lor bis confidence, declaring it would react en fuaion can didatee. Mr. MoCall said tonight: "I am con fideui timt .. v. is going i" rebuke I tie- unfair campaign method! nf my opponents. 1 am confident thai a majority of the voters will Judge me on ni record as a oltlaen and public of rielal." The fusion Hoke! Uj being packed by, Republicans. anti-Tammany Demo erata, Progressives and a number of Independent political organ luttlona. i The Independence league baa endorssd Mil. lod for minor and Charles S.I Whitman, tbe fusion ami Democratic! nomine for dlatrlot attorney, but baa it- oa ii candidates for comptroller and president ol the board ol aldermen, ii ah ndoraed several Tammany Ju diciary nominees. The many charges ol BuUer end Henneavy are under Investigation by j District Attorney Whitman. A new Charge was made iigalnsl McCall to- da) by the fusion manage!. It was, thai the Democratic mayoralty nom inee drew bis check for 111,000 to Cor-1 neltuS . liliss. treasurer of the lle- publlcan national committee in iboii as( a campaign contribution to help de-1 feat the candidacy of William den-, nlnga Bryan for preatdant, and also the New Fork stale Democratic slate tics ket. "Tbe records of tbe Koghea In vestigation will show about thai Check," was MoCall's reply to this at-I tick. He refered to tbe Lneut' anoe In -1 Vest Ig.i t ion of LTnlted States Supreme Court Justice Hughaa befor be he-1 came governor of New York. Charged Willi loiiipluili In lioion.e Brown Murdor, Mrs. l ake De- llll-i Ml Knowledge. dai.i.as. Toy Nov I Mrs. Bllle M Lake under advlOS of her attor- neya, tonight issued a statement tail ing why. In nei opinion, Meade Bart has tried to Implicate lot In bin con fession oi the Florence mown mur der. Mil Lake Is In Jail Ob a war-' i a u i charging she was an accessory to the murder, she said that Parr tried to Involve her in revenue for her re-1 tuaal to return bis infatuation tot her) last summer, before bar husband's! death. Her statement follows: "Mr. Lake and 1 ware living In apartments here. This man Barr aisn wu living there with bis brother-in-law and sister. Our kitchen adjoined. Sometimes in the evenings we would all play social curds together. I was Introduced to Ban when he came out on the porch one evening, while I was I there to talk to Mr. Lake. That waa about five months mo. afterwards Barr claimed thai he loved me. Be told me once thai he loved me more i than he did his alster, and I told blmj be ought to lie ashamed ol himself. I told him lever to .titer my apart ments unless Mr. Lake was there, and be said he would gel even with me some day, That Is the only reason . can give for bis attempt t connect me with this horrible murder. "I deny most eiuphntieaUy that 1 ever gave him a pistol or Weapon Ol any kind." Dl KRMinCl) It Ni III o i k Crow win ii.. loMlmaater at todny'f noonday booatoi lunch i In the grill room of t he llolal Tiilsn. An an id. led feat IN Hid Orosalandi i.-p county gttor nay, win im present with big fuiiioiis ii. idle an. i give several numbers lis will pla) real old Kantuck) fi.biiiint pie. . a and the entire mambarahip "f the Tulsa Kentucky club win he present la back Mm up it) b' contention thai fCantucki fiddling Is tna only genuine honest to k to sea fid dling in America. Beventl other well-know n man win he on the program at .) a numhar of unusu ally live "si unts" will be given. The Tuesday lum heons are get ting bigger every week ami egtra accommodatlong win be pravld- ed todg) to lake .aie it tbe l.irg. erowd lluil Is Miira to he on band when the griii room is thrown op. mi hi promptly i- o'clock m inc ii iinu MAkT M I1TTPMDT iiinnb nu milimi 10 HE I CK lis U.M'K STOOD nil l. in i in: M ill i :s or indi n 1POUM I Ht MIKII Il.tYN Mounted I'uliec Offii'ials of I WAS SHOT 1 on ed in 1 . ue dm I'rom Man. Is ol an Xngrv Mob. :t Tin 1 IIMI'I.I I I INsi l lTION MOI DIM.s ol I'OMI'WV o I Well I'lcHsed Willi oil situation an, I 1 -pe, i .ii, in, ( lutlook for iklahonia iae in leraci TRGNTON, N. J., Nov. 3. At the 1 lose of the campaign tonlghl both the republican and democratic lead ers w ere confidant of victory for their candidates at the polls tomorrow. i'i lends of Everett Selby, progressive candidates for governor, also arc pre- d . tin Mr. Colbys election, but this is no) tiken seriously, even by the rank end file of the progressives. Besides I governor, elghl of the iventy.one StatS senators and the en tile slxtv ineiiibers of the assemldy :in to i.e thosan. The election win determine not only the complexion of the governorship bill also that of tin legislature, both of which are now democratic James I" fielder, the demo, ratiC randldatc for governor! was declared ihi . boh of president Wilson before the prlmarlee, lecretary of Mate Bryan and others ptoinlnent In na Uonal liolltlcs Dame to New Jersey 1 , speak In Ids behalf and asked voters I mo to ele. t a democratic legislature i a means of endorsing the pregl i'i nt's sdmln 1st ration, The result of tbe gubernatorial election, mum say. will depend on the . of the Vote polled by Mr. Colby, I'nless tbe enrly returns Indicate .1 Strong dHfl toward rithrr Mr. Pleldsf 1 1 Cornier QoVefAM B, r. Stokes, the h publican candidate, (he result may no i.e known until late. Punt Claim Vinery. HOdTOXi N'ov. 3. Six of the seven "di lates for governor tonight made D'. lr final Bppesll to the voters of the In what has been the shortest 1 I ketmsal rSttlpglgn In recent vears. I'oogressmnn A P Oardner. :he re I ttiillenn candidate, will speak at s noon rally at Lowell tontorfow, I luring their argutnents tonight f. ur of the candidates claimed victory. These were novernnr Kug'T" N. Fnas. ri'nnltlg Independent for n fourth erm after three terms as n demo, rat: J.nu emint OOVef not David David I M.iish. the democratic candidate. It ontlnticd on page S.) (ii- v p.oi itot i;.) ! vft.'i- spending two lays In the Olt 1 la boms fiei.is ss ths Issl stop on th annual Inspe tion trip of ths chief of. tlolals of the Qulf Pipe Line company, the distinguished visitors left Tulss to : go to Besuinon where thej make thler heads, uari era. The person el of ihe part Inculdss W. L. Mellon, presideiu of the Mellon National Lank, of Pittsburg, who is chairmen of the board of directors of the Ouif Pipe Line company. Qeorge S. Davison, pi.siibiii of iIih Oulf 1 onipanv and L .s Haskell, chief auditor, ail of pi tsburg; r. A. Ueovy, vice-president, aho on fanuari isi is to go to Ptttaburg as a. the vice- prsatdent, ITnderw 1 Natro, assistant to tbe vice-preatdent, who will assume Mr. la-ovy's duties when he moves up. J. hn P. Ptshsr, general superintend ent and v. f?, Proctor, chief counsel, who joined the part here, the last four gentlemen making their head quarters at Beaumont, The party isited the refinery at Port Arthur Tex and Hie Oulf Coast fields Prom there it proceeded to the Caddo and Rlectra fbdds where the company baa large inl. rests. At Dallas the party WSS Joined by Murraj M. Dean, general agent in ikluhoit n and they then proceeded .. Tulsa arriving on Priday night The IsSI Iwo days were spent In Visiting tbe arli, us o. Mints of tbe company ,t. Oklahoma srhicb included a trip to the Immense new development In lunge county. The officials wre well pleased with Ihe situation generally and especially with tb out'. 01k in Oklahoma. I.OWK8T FIRE Loss HERE OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla, Nov. S. (Special. 1 The Bra loss In city of Tulsa a total of 110 was the smallest of any ill) In the state dining the month of OOtobsr, according to ths report today of the state fire marshal. C. C. Hammond, Oklahoma City and Muskogee bad an nlmosfllng small fire waste, and that of other cltlsS Is decreasing. The total for the state, according to the report, Is 1114,411, of this $110,411.74 on contents and S3, 023 17 on buildings. There were 12 6 fires reported to the office. ' The general condition of fire hazards In our state hss Leen de creased." says the report, 'through the oliaervancw of th 'clean -up' which was made by most of the. towns and cities on the day designated hy (Jovtrnor I'ruce as fire prevention day " This day was nl.strved by a ma lofitl of the cltlea and towng In the slate, and It Ii believed such efforts are ha-lug a wholesome effect. INDIAN AI'iil.lS. hid .V third day of the strike ol employes of the Indianapolis Traction and Ter- I minal company emiu.i tonight with no attempt to move ths cars, whii h have stood idle in the streets sinos late Saturdai night. Changes thai par- ; tisan politics h.is caused the police ' lo fall lu giving the traction company SUffiOlsnt protection to run its cars today were made by candidates for office at tomorrow's election. An ef fort of Sheriff PortBUS to swear In I two hundred dtlgejl deputies resulted in a rhaeffe that he bad summoned the men chiefly for the p rpese ..f re ducing their activities si the polls. The strike situation was further complicated laic In the afternoon when n suit for the annulment and forfeiture of ihe traction company's franchise ami the appointment of 1 receiver for II mpanj was fll-d In the circuit court Tin- plaintiff is At torney Allien r, Pearson Ha sues as a taxpayer and alleges tbst the com pany by its failure to operate ens i for the last three days has violated tla franchise contract with the city. The summons In the suit was made returnable November It. After a day In which numerous minor riots were reported, Thomas Carlton, a chauffeur, was shot and totally woumie.i while watching a crowd of sympathisers making an at tack on the Louisiana car hums, where Ihe substitutes are horsed Robert 1 Todd, president of ths Traction company! sohn J Mahonsy, superintendent, ami Martin Hytand, superintendent of police, were brulaed and for 1 to makt a run for the terminal station while mounted po lice forced the crowda back. Todd and Mahonev again were attacked while passing tbe statehoiise linlhl Ing and forced to take refuge in a street car lo .s. ape a shower of bricks and atones thrown from the StatehOUaS lawn ind from the bal conies of near-by buildings The mounted police rushed the tatehoUSS lawn and made It possible f"i Todd and Mahonsy to resell their ofCioss. Four of the policemen assigned to guard the substitutes in bringing in I the ears refuseil to in. unit th.. plat forms lo protect the nonunion men. Mr. Toil. I de. lured no further effort would he mode to touch the care un til assured that the men would hue ample protection Charges of politics w ere made aft . 1 sheriff Porta nS bad issued sum mons for two hundred representative 1 uainess and professional men for the purpose of making them deputies. I Not mors than fifty of the men an swered the Summons and after the sheriff bad explained bis pUTpOSS he 1 was .hnrged with Issuing the sum I nmns for the purposa of keeping fl I tlve republicans from working In the election. 1 Twelve arrests were mails during Ihe day. most of the prisoners huing . bulged with Inciting riots sad 'lir v Ing stun."-. All the prisoners were j taken from the 1 rowda that flocked around the cars snd threatened to ! striki breakarg, CONVICT I'l l : ls his own 1 -i Man in stripe atajRsgfg Bef rt Mlss Isslppl Kuiromc out 1 JACKHO.V. Miss.. Nov. J. I' or the first time In the history of the Mis sissippi supreme court its Judges looked down from their bnch today upon a man dreesed In prison stripes, and there to plead his own case. The prisoner. J O Rennet!, a former news paper man "f Jackson, has served Mrs years oi a teti-venr senteno for big amy. He pleaded today that a lower court Judge had erred In refusing to re-open his ease. Bennett says he has evidence to prove his innocence. ( 111 Slim 11 vnd inn HUM . V I III 111 D I I s KlltUI s 11 v ui 1 1 BOOST FOR A BUILDING I'ledgi'd lluir i live suppoii to p. proa, hum ( ampaign lor l ocal V, M- t sum llllc. a hundred and Hfty of Tulsa's most SggresslVS wing men laal night pledged their undying support to ths I SMPulfn for a V. M 1 . A. buillling, vhloh is 1.1 opon Novemher 1. Thai mat 111 the grill room ol the Hotel Tulsa at 6 o'clock PlatSS bad been laid for lit, hut the number had to us increase, 1. During the banquet an orohestrs played occasionally, and as some weii known air was started by 1 ho musicians, mors than a hundred strong and youthful h'Oioes would slug the words of Ihe refrain A coterie of Kendall college students never losl .111 . pport unit) 10 gl o their " . lis ' Tin- banquet aas gotten up b the young man and a gathering of Ihe assistance of the local v M. 0. A. or Hn- men who have the forthcoming campaign in charge The s- ssion proved beyond all peradveniure that Tulss is going to raise 1 164,000 lor a v. m c. a. i.uii. inig tins month. Jack Clearj', one of the city's lust. known young men, and " leadi i in lb. V. M C. A. move ni. presided as toMlinaster. Rev ' W. Ken ol I . red prayer. "This is toe fin.st gathering ol young men aii da gathering; or the finest young men I have ovei se n ill Tuisa," s.iui the toaatmaster, "In or der io pin over1 this $i.,ii, oiiu cam paign .it will le. Ilill'e al bust five days' sincere effort on Ihe part of each of you." Monroe Bhrewsberr) was the firsi speaker lie spoke of Ihe rapid progress made by Ihe V M C A since Its organization In Kngluhd and emphasised the untold good a com munity derives from Y ' c A. building, and lis attendant activities, State secretary I'red UaNtSOU of Okishome City dwelt on ths physical side of the V. M. C. V lie -aid that tb. building proposed for Tulss would contain on tin- lower floor howling alleva. hatha and a iwlmmins pool, pool room md cafeteria, on the sec ond floor would he ii spacious lobby or meeting place, a game room and a spacious gymnasium, with a running track, spectators' gallery, etc The third, fourth and fifth floor would be pevoted to a young men's dormitory. "And best of ail." be explained, 'there will i.e trained physical direc tors iii oharge, The v M C A. will develop tbe body and the mind Md it will also take . are of the most important part, the spiritual side. The Tulsa building will furnish a place for the Investment of your spam time tb.n will benefit you finanolall) and stherwtss " Olenn Condon gave characteristic talk on the urgent n 1 ol n Y. M i '. A building ' the I I' v and In troduoed the approaching campaign in th prlse-rlng .ei-nacular lie "announced" thai the Tulss Typo graphical union wltli over fifty mem bers, desire. i io make a iribution to the building fund Carl C, Mageo, chairman of ths board of director-" of iho local Y. M. C. A., aroused Intense enthusiasm with an inspired speech that brought for olbly to the attention of . very man present the pari be R is expected to play In the (ampaign You men can and will furnish t lie d mimics to put this ai r..ss." be said, ' and v oil can do It w ith ease You do not reach the end of your respon sibility when you contribute finan cially to the causa You must talk the movement. I.oost If. and work for It. night and day. Tulsa needs this 'aiHiling Wore? tonight than any other one thing, and with this hum b on the Job she's gOing lo get It " Sparkling SStempOfel is three minute talks were made by Paul Jul- (oway, rhiiitp Kates. tn Daniels, Charles OBmora an t c. k Ruchnsr. Mr. Bwehner, the Isoal y m c. a. leeretary, was gives a rousing .nation wh. n he arosH lo speak A committee of five was appointed, whose dutv It will tie to appoint the captains of the ten teams that are to be placed in the fi. id on Novem ber K. This oommlttes is composed .f juies Cop nine, Charles CHImore, B. W'. Ursnt, M t Hhrewsheriv and Sim Carson A resolution, pledging the support of tho young men of Tulsa to the movement, wag unanimously adopted Hid then dim hed gl the . lose if th" meeting With thre.t ear-splitting heers The res d i'i .n read as fol- lewm W'heregs. ths y .uiig man of the city of Tulsa hive felt the need of a permanent T M. C A otganlsa tlon In this ctty, with blllldlag and equipment adequate to the needs of '.his city, and "Whereas, a movement Ins l.een In itiated by the men of this eity to- ward megtlng ths needs a hue set forth, ' Resolved, that ws do here'.y plelgp ourselves to help carry Dg and p. r feot San h organlrstlon, lo ser. I Dg any eommlttee necessary thereto , i i.l .i.n. II II1. i It : 'id. iv .ind Moinl.ii Is su's), i in Democrat scored iw imiable "heats" over all othei I'oinpetilora. on the Irani page Uundai under a Vancouvei tote in" , i in i let i at Mnuunoad tint on laturdai ihs White h" .Hi. I OiailtS baseball teams suited fur the orient on ihsii worlds lour Mui. I. ii The World re ceived an in count OVOT WlS Assoolatad Press of the gams the twu teams played Bonds) ai Mar Im, 1'exas i in M.ui. Ia , the Democrat carried a column story Uinouncttlg that Tulsa was well ure pared to take cure f ihe visitors io the Dry Panning sou- g t'c IS to he held I l.'l Nov 1. Por 'getting It first 1 tie pjeinu rat sure has 'em all skiuio .1 in s B HI l"l I M I'I -. Iii III I I s COM- PAN! i on i;i sens -iiui 1 1 ol Ml IDI N I FOR IT ALL I veiling I'apci Nliows II- Baud it Hie Biuladdiaed Igoiit or the sirccl I n I utupao) a ppa i cut i) a. ting spoke UJI Hi Ol I be Tills. w.i. md Inspired b) ii to t tlign ami mlarcpri (C'irillmied on page S.) is the paid stieei Hail . usual dcelfi sent the slin- pla truth In an inspire. I tows st..r, the Democrat last nighl stti mpi Ing to place ths responslbllitj o the accident st the ball park last Tues day afternoon, went all around th fads without once tolling ihe plum unbiased tiuth. I ncld entail) :i tried to leave the Im preHslou that Thl I World wjs in some vague manlier re 1 sponsible foi ths a hols sffait W totalll (ailed to state that three days ' before the gams was played in Tulss the shltor ol ths Dei iral In person i ailed up Mr. 1 'ad lte.su over long distance telephone iii Joptln, at bli expense, ami demanded B hundred dollars for lllowlng the gatnu to be played In Tulsa. Me stated t,, Mr. loess thai he hud I II Informed that he bad contra I ti d for S hundred dollars worth ol advertising with The World ami thst he wanted thai sum r,.i the remaining threa days Mr. Beese Informed him that arrange meats bad i n made foi all the ad vertising that he felt the a I t I ai ! I 1 1 .11 would rsquirs, but thai be would stend u "touch up" from the Demo cr.it for l.'i and that was more than he fell its dri ulatlon and Influence was worth t.. him lie thin hum; up the phone Bubosquently Mr. Keese was again called Up hy one of Ihe parties In Tulsa who was helping him stegs 'he gams and It was arranged with the business manMor of tic- Democrat to pay him lit. Por S long time it has bSSU I oin- mon talk thai the Democrat is In .some manner being subsidised by tht StrSSt railway company, but this is the tirst time th mpsny has gone so far as to have Its organ upenl) change 'lie oltisens of Tulss with ui icrior motives In their efforts to com pel that corporation to give the city an adequate ear service. -Now that ihe superintendent of the compsny is flaunting ths charge that tin- Com mercial club and other citizens are actuated by ulterior motives In their CrItlCiSm of the set Vice Ihe . llupativ :s giving ths Ity, and that The World was trvlng to get even' with It lot Dot making an offer to open Its park for a hall attraction which The World was originally Interested In Irving to bring to this city, and seeks to crawl from under Hie criminal neglect Into which It lias allowed Us hall park to fall, the public spirited, fearless citi sensbtp of Tulss m.i have an op por tunity to messure s real scrap and the Democrat win i, given a chance lo sea If It can earn its retainer. Many fair-minded people nave been of the opinion that th. ro was fully no on.) on whom the responsibility for the SCQideni al the hall park should be placed, but the scurrilous and Infamous manner in which ths oiupeny has sought not only to evade lis rseponsibittt) hut to besmirch oth ers leads them to believe that the studied Indifference with arhlch the concern parol sis In treating Tulss had its most flagiuiii example in the care less manner In whb h they throw off Hie management of Us hall park. The statement that It did not profit i iilekle'e worth from ths attraction and was really opposed lo having th. game played here PSCaUSS It Would further cripple the rotten gtresi i service which It was pretending lo give to the Dry-Perming congress, which by ths way only ran Within half a mile of the exposition proper, and if it had not been for tho Prince railroad His aspoSition would hut been praCtloall) without transporta tion facilities, Incldsni iiiy corrobor ates, 'he charges which the I'ommer clal club has made against the con cern. The World la perfectly willing for old man Str-k-r to Ug Up with this foreign -owned OUtfli and go his Isngtk in being IIS cieatuie, but fur Itself prefers to back up the COflMMf, ' onti l on page 2 ) HI IN m he yc E J' I V K C E N I S 1 IM MUST II is n. s. inn I II I in i Mill i H I 1 1 1 l I Ii i3 III I MH N l-l I lll'IM, Is MM' PIP H'l Bl,! H N l Ml s HI s,. .( vi v ,,(' Ml Mm M I I Hoi i I oss ol l ILL BELIEVE HE WILL REFUSE Miiiionls I'm I'bniiigli lliysiissl al- l tine I vi-i. lv, io Ksp Warm U ill liivcstigaui, i hinging (hat the hull. ling and plumbing Ira. tor failed to follow Lhi spe, ill, all. his in the contract fol Ihe election ,.f the hew gOUtfa Hide null'' s. hool llOUSI mid thai the healing system Is a fai.e as fur ns healing ihe building s uoncarned, the , in school 1 .1 last nlghl in thsli regular monthl) meeting deoidod tu . niplo) a hull. Iltlg all. I heating expeti to Inveatlgate the gouth ilde school building and ihe heating lyateni In -lulled there. Sine, the opening of school this yeai in the Boutb Hide building there have been numerous coinplaluta com ing to the school board members from pi ..pi., ii v ing lu in., .list i nu in i . gard I., the boating H tut ventilating of I lie st hool sup. i mi. mi. ni i : ii Obur boltaer stale. I gl t It.- m. sting Ml uighi i tiii seven ol tho regular leach - ha v I II llll ..ti .o count of to tin, lack ol rOOmS. Many been dismissed ..tint of sore .IS fol I lie laSl V) c k abiS I' he III school Illness, due, the) suv, warmth In the schop ut ihe students have from h i i on at HiroatS due U1 UtC pool beating sya tern in operation at the South Hide hull. ling. "We have had many complaints coining from patrons ol the South side schools for several weeks," said j, m Delaney, president of ths school hoard, 'and ths whole responsibility rests with (lie hull. ling and pluiiihliig contractors who have failed to comply .villi the specifications of out oon tract." The m sinners in general, seemed to concur ill the president s opinion and for s-veial minutes the school "feth- era" in .strong terms, denounced the contractors' work D. W Holmes of Tulsa, to whoo Ihe healing contract was lei by III.' architect, H. K, owearingen, was cell., upon lot aii explanation lie uulllned hit posittOU Md his willing toss I., comply with 'be demands of lhi hoard but on account of tin- fail me ol iii.- Tuisa Corpo.ation to males electric connections wit i i ihe heating plan! h bad i sen detoi red In his plans, he said. ills explanation was not agreeable to the set i board members who . I, inn that the Tuisa Corporation say that i hey have been ready to make wire connections nut were forced to wall uniii tb' uluinbsr w is ready. H i MoClure lambasted the build lug and plumbing contra. :l us saying that due possibly to the work being ol a public nature a lack of .sincerity was shown or that lb ntractOTS vv. ie totally incompetent. Tin- fusillade of remarks by tin- hoard members denouncing lack of Inability displayed by both the imiid ing ami plumbing contractors ended in a motion carrying to employ an .x p. it to make a thorough Investigation .f til.- building and the heating sys tem and report ins findings to ths school board ut a special meeting Which Will he .ailed foi that pul- p. LSI'. Thi. South Side school Is Ol the largest schools in the cit and wus built sccordlng to the unit sysl.-m. According to action taken b) the school hoard last nlghl nesrt) 6,000 pupils who are attending Hi.- Tulsu city schools win be sui.jei tod to s dental examination within the neat few weeks. A lo.ai dentist appeared before the hoard lust mght representing sll ths Tulsa dentists and stated that the mouth ..f ever) student in the city schools would be esamlned fr t cost in older I tint those who ar- lu g looting 'he care of their teeth may be determined and warned of the result that always follows whi n ths proper are of the teeth is not given Also a fr.e clinic will he maintain ed by the local dentists to give free service to ' blldren whose parents sre flnsnciail) unsble to pay lor the treatment. Large a astern schools have foi sev eral .vara recognised the Importance ..f au. h an examination n competent practitioners and nuuiy schools ami colleges have a regularly employed dentist to look aftei tins .iuv of the students' ph) ai i wants. Tim number "f pupils taking the manual training at Hi. high school win iiki u be greatly Increased with in the next lew Weeks due to a. lion taken by tho school board list night in offering to pay the street n trans portation of Students ffotn the grade schools lo the high .v hool lo lake the manual training w is. Several pur gets have complained to school au thorities that thsy Here tlnan. lull) unable to stand tlx-- expense of earl no far of their several chlldroncmfw y eeOU we.-k from their regular a. ho.. I 'cilldlngs to the high school for the purpose of ihe manual training curse. Aside from the foregoing nothing toil ths regulsr routine of work was ' aken up st the bo ird Meeting las' n'ght. s. Ultiuiaituu Was Delivered lu liner la He iy Kigtit, but Ms Ha- i Answered MIiDUCO i Huertu has I ths president, of time and us bis succ. liianquet lit f, NOV. 3. - J 'resident ; told be must resign I Mexico wli bout loss n h.. must not isavs a- QeneraJ Aursliano Inlster ..f wur, .,r miv other io .mi c of ins official family or ..f the u biul coterie whom he might I tpsoted lo control. This ultimatum from Washington was con veyed io President Kuarts through ins innate secretary, lienor KalgVgo. by Nelson O'flhaugrinessy, the Amerl can charge d'affaires acting under In structions from Ho- stale depart incut. Benoi ttahago presented ihe mem orandum io Ills chief lale Sunday, but up to this evening President Buerte had i .1 ut ne. i no aaswsr and ns far as could i.e learned, had guarded ns con tents from almost all of his official ami Intimate counsellors. Those who learned of ihe Wash ington not.- regard Upper el Muerta'j position lis one In which he will be forced to give one .if two answers -refusal point l.hink lo comply with llu ilemand. possibly going so far as to hand the diplomatic - "iircsc htul Ivc his passports, or n limitation ..f himself officially Those most Inti mate witii the President insist thai the latter rss win not he tar' en for many reasons oblef among which is that so. b gction Would he tantamount lo submission lo Ho. rebels official Mexico is no longer In dotihi that ths Washington sdinlniatration tsvors the rebel cause, and is convinced that this sthe means adopted by President Wil son iitul Secretin! I'.i van to assist I'ar- renxs to win. tleneral linerts summoned ie the national palace tonight Hie diplomatic corps hut for what purpose was nut revealed Three i.f Die ministers. thoss of Germany, Norway and itus sis. were absent They have beep in Vera i ill., where they were In con ference with President wil.-on's rep resentations from Washington. Changes In the military situation throughout Hie country today includ ed according I" the report. Ihe ad vance of the rebel... to alia I Z.acale i as hul Ihe government believes that the garrison there Is sufficient!) strong lo resist an attack. Queretaro, capital ..f the state of the same name, on th. main lire of the National railway south of San Luis Potoal, is surrounded iv rebels and practically In a state of siege. North of San Luis Potosl a neu meth od has been adopted by the ..-I, els to prevent the operation of trains. Pla cards addressed to railroad employes have been posted notifying ih'm they will be banged If they attempt to run the trains. As a result the men are re. fusing to Ink' them out. llCpOli New Note. WASHINGTON Nov 3. a eell de fined report was current in official . neb s tonight lo the effect that the Pnlted Slater had cornniiinlca-.'d anew t.. Hi.- Huertu government its views concerning th.- necessity of Ft usrta'i retirement from th.- provisional presi dency. While House officials would neither oi, firm not deny ihe report and Sec retary Bryan wa- .-ouallv reticent. The administration is endeavoring lo Work out Its plans in the quiet realm of diplomacy and it is undent I will continue to clothe In escrocy iinv ne gotiations it may undertake to com pose the situation. o ii t w a id I v administration officials face the situation calmly an.' some of them express a feeling of otltltlllaill ov.i the future It was also evident Hint published stories predicting armed Intervention w-ere not justified at this time Person! . lose t.. the White Rouse declared that both President Wilson and Becreter) Bryan were s-ili hope ful that thell policy of moral stasia! Would succeed ami added that anv assumption that plans for intervention were being laid was unwarranted So far as the plans ..f the adminis tration can be expressed in general i. i ms tb. course that Is being pursued is subject to change with tb. shifting developments ol each day, and high offic'iiis admit that dally different phases nf thi sll lation crop up which make It Impossible to predtet even the'r ..we course for Into the future. Theft i a disposition t'1 handle the present diplomatic effort by confining the dlSCUSSion t" informal parleys at v.-ra Cms and Mes City, em bar rased b) the publication of documents which m the Und Qambos Oorres pondenci drew into the negotiations the public .-pinion of both countries as an Important factor. The inten tion, it Is believed by man'- trained ObSsrvetS Is to conduct conversations and proposals which the Ruerte of ficials In secret until there are tsng ihie developments This it is thought. accounts for tbe strict retlcense thi. has been manifest In ade-iniaratlor etrclsg for many days.