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Tl IMA, Nov. J5. Tcmpcia 1 1 1 re Muxliuum Hi minimum 4K; north winds oioudy; rainfall. tt. 1 ill. ii:am:i who AaHOCIATliO PWCSd RRPOB1 v o irihi Weaffloer W ISMINOTON, Nv. II 1 k liilimmi 1'iiri t cloudy Sunday; Monriiy fair, warmer. I i i i I N I) w llil -in i vii i rm ss hi i-i hit. VOL IX. NO. 5 a ic uriie i n III 24 PAGES TULSA, OKLAHOMA, Kl'H.Y. NOV KM I' LI.' 1 . I'M:: p A il K H V H I C r. V I V E CE N TS IU0W i im ov KB M'LKNWU i hi r us l ill I I ill i: u. (. tKHlflON, ONLY WEAK RESISTANCE CHARGE GAG RULE IN DAUGHTERS MEETING I I I l. CI IISK TO P VI 'll It'' ill t mI I UK Vt V Ml I I IN.. Olflocri Mere Iflloetod and the an nual Coavasitina toNght '" dose k'eefrdsy, ' mi il rem in Villa- truly Taking I Viln ills h Mii prisr. Was ill tin- Oity Before Defenders Were Awake. kl PASO) Texas, Nov, 15. For the lxtii ttmc in the last thrae yarn. Cu iad Juarez ohsngsd governments when n.ooo rbi la, led by Uensral Pan. obo ill", attaokad and captured ti tuwn between 1:30 and 5 o'clook this moraine, the fedi ral garrison of about too nu n put up a weak rssrtatsnoa So unprepared tor the battle were the federal deft nderg that Villus troopi actually raaohad the center of the town before I Hlml was fired. 'Although an aoourate count hue nui been oompieted! it li esttmsted ihui t'urty peraona ivere killed in the fighting. The rebel! lost five man, the federal dead It estimate d al thirty in;. i four r (Iva non-combatants wars killed Among them was Charles Boe gerson. an El Paao automobile driver, who was mi the main Street to Juarez in his automobile. No I,. 1 inn ol Stores, "No looting" was the order given by iiia tu hie man after the town hud surrendered, and not a single. oaae of theft has been reported. Ouard were placed al down town atom niiii order to ahoot the lirsth man who attempted I" I"'1' Ths re bell captured III priaoneni, oj.ooo rounda of ammunition, two field pieces and two maohini guni In ad dition tn un Important border port of entry, and a military itrateglc point. Ooneral Frauclaeo Caatra, caromen- der Of the Juarez narrlson, is among the missing, it is the general opin ion that he eacaped. No trace of hla body has been found, blla icabbara, sword and epaulets were found m hie residence and tleneral Villa has theiu for inovetBrs. ' lllltliis Thick ill I I PaaO. Pullets fell thick In 181 Paao dur ing the attack and Cheater L. Bur nett, ( a meaaenger boy, was shot thtoiigh the hand hil- walking the atreeta in the earl) hours. Almost nil the down town business structures wren hit by bullets. All Kl Paao was arouaed by the firing and the streets ere soon filled with people, Mirac ulously, no others ware etruck. I nlted .States troops took t'.iii sta tion near the International boundary and held the Americana from the danger zone us much aa possible while the battle lasted. Order "as quickly restored in Juarez after t lie capitulation and this afternoon ut 2 o'clock, street ear 'jer vlce between Kl Paao und Juarez "as resumed, Little damage was done in Juarez, us the rebel! bad 110 can- noa. Villa assured Mayor C. B. Nelly. of 101 Paso, thut all American! would reooT'e protection. They mat In the Stater of the international bridge at noon today and later Mayor Kelly, sc (ompanied villa to the Quart! custom house, the new teh.-i laadquarten, where they talked tor a few minutes. Mayor Kelly on his return Ord led the bridges Opened and traffic be tween the two towns was reauined , lllll expressed regret that llll Amerienn had been killed, and de i land that If the federal! came from Chihuahua to attempt to retake Jiiurei. he would meet them south of the town and prevent a battle that would endanger Americana in HS1 Push. He said he had destroyed the railroad to Chihuahua. Dr. Prank w. Lynch, city pbysl- i Ian at Kl Paso, said he had seen the body of Colonel Knriniie PortittO In the streets of Juarez this afternoon I'ortillo was a f' deral commander, sud was inude a prisoner Captain Torres, another federal ,-oiniminder, nan reported alt oiled at noon to du y. SEA CLAIMS MORE VICTIMS MM ( oilier With (lew of II, and t argn of t out t i'-t at raaa, Suy Owner". Mi INTKKAL, -Nov l(. Tht si. am colli r Bridgeport, gnUfcag Iron sidm y with a new of 42 and a cargo of 10, 000 ton! of OOali has been lost and probably al Ion board have perished. H 1 1 rding to an ofllolal annoum awaaji in ol" today by the HouiinlM Coal company, which chartered the vea- aeel IBM lb turn-, to I m"r. MOW YdHK. Nov i:--That the huse had returned to public favor was Indicated at the opening of the 2tth exhibition of the National llorae Show assoi latlon thi! afternoon ThcN were. 1. 575 mtrles and a record-breaking number Of exhibitor Army horsemen from Fort Klley, VV, st Coin: and Tort My. r. will moot military horseni-n from England, France. Russia, Belgium, Norway and i an ida. The Americana leek to Win the Canndlan challenge cup now held by Capt. Mlrvyn I'ranahaw of the Fifth Dragooni. England. NEW i 'III. HANS. La., Nov. 15. II. sessions enlivened by gortmOnlOUS debate und bargee that the igai rule" was being Invoked, the liaiinb- t. th ot the Confedraoy elected offloora todaj ami hurried through much rou tine wok in time to adjourn tonight lira, lialai MoLaurln Steven a of Brandon. Miss , was aleotod president general by a unanimom vote after Mrs. Nathan I' Ella of V ifKiila bad w Ithdtaw n Changag that u caucus pledge of the Louisiana delegation had been broken during the re-elaotion of Mrs. P. '. Rchnabel of I.ouisluna as re cording tm retari general, brought confusion in the convention. After It had been v oted lo hav e I be secretary cusl the entire convention vote for Mik. Bohnabel, I member of the Louisiana delegation said the di lega tion was not aware of what was go tag un ami that the delegation hud 18 votes SaTalnat Mis Bcbnabel. W hen tht election was declared closed ami no explanation allowed, the gug charge was made, mi vt uti vnv rm nM hi Will PIK VI IV I i UK I III I III V III III lllll UNDERSTAND THE SITUATION Doti'l fake burtousli HHorta's tuic- mON Dial lie Would Kui MaVSkf Un Intel Icrciic- rule Vale- I'l loccton. nkvv HAVEN, Conn.. Nov. ir.. In the soccer game between Yah and Plrnceton today the bine won. :i coals to 1. Prlnoeton won the annual gun club match IM' lo ls.4. McVlpin of Princeton was high gun with t r and Taylor v is the best for Yale with 40. Fd fl HILL BATTLE Id VDV rO vi VKi: REAL I I I OUT To t vrrt hi. si vv BR. DeMiisrate Battle Will Pollon if the iwo Cherokee outlaw- ire Driven lo a orncr. BARTLEdVlLLB, Okie., Nov. 15 (Special.) Cniesa Nip Van. alleged slayer of t in Marshal Jobn slclproy of t'uney surrenders within tofty-clght bOUn h Is lilidy a pistol fight will be ungaged in between imm ami of. flcera "bo have been tiding the tisagc hills lor two days in a lonely sec lion of the cOUMry where Vann is said to be hiding. Tonight found four detectives from various sections of the country in the city who with local officers are plan ning lo make the tlrst rea.1 attempt in SUri-OUAdlng the fugitive. Vann known as a dangaroUS man with a gun Is said to be heavily armed, us Is aiso his balf-brother who wag with hi mat the lime of the killing and a battle Is certain to follow. Word reai bed th" city today that Vann was coming from his biding plSCe t" surrender but Oft pari assert this is a ruse and believe Vann and Hell have nu inteiiiions of surrend ering. Not since the killing of It. I . Bowman a federal enforcement of ficer ahol to .bath a year ko near fancy has this section been so stirred ever a killim? as they have 1 n over ; the Mclhroy murder, i. IV i s NEWS TO BOLDIER8 (MSjoera Efforts to Keep I all ..t Juare Secret I ails. LAREDO, Tex.. Nov. 15. Weigh ing a hurdle of local newspapers wit li a stone to make them "carry" and . limbing to the top of the mon ument on the International bridge, whin." he hurled the papers to the Mexican aide of the Rio Orange, S Ismail boy today apprised the federal i garrison at NUSVO Luredo of the fall I of Juaras to the constitutionalists. A federal soldier attempted to gel an aim on the urchin but he made tmiJ bis escape. Efforts had been made b) the federal authorities to keep the news of the rebel victory from the soldiers ii la reported here thai dlssutisfacllon txists In tin. federal irooos at Nuavo Laredo hern use they have not been paid for some time. Doberty ss K.-turu to Gasne. LONDON, Nov 1",. Hugh Law rence Do hefty, the former lawn ten I nla champion, chagrined over the loss of the Davis CUP and the lack of I promising talent among liritlsh play ers, Inti mis to re-enter the name as one of England's hopes In the at- tempt to win back the cup rn-xt year. Sin. e Dahtrty gave up th; title of champion In 11.07, he. has been icenJ only Infrequently in public but his game is said to still entitle him to be regarded as In the front rank. lake l p t ulwins- PttHISSl COLUMBUS, "., Nov. U, Tht national board of arbitration of minor baseball leagues today referred to Secretary Karrcll for further invea tlgatlon th application of the Cuban league for membership In the na tional aaaocialion. It may be granted but tho use of negro players on team! probubly will cause ita rejection WASHINGTON, Nov i ;, While official Information from M m nty was meagre, the Waebington govern ment tonight maintained its confi dence that Provisional President riuerts soon would be eliminated from tin all initio n. The steady pressure through diplo matic channels, the financial block ade ami the practical oertalnty that the embargo .n arms wilt be lifted un less 11 ii.rta yields, are egpected to fore., retirement of the pn.visi.inni president. How soon this will occur, tin official would predict. Neil her at the White House nor it the state department was there ans disposition 10 regard seriously the statement issued from the national pi. luce nt M-xico Oltl declaring thai "in view of Venustiano fnrranza's ; repudiation of any form Of mediation by, or alliance With the United stutes. Provisional President liuerta nan do no l. ss than join him in bis espresalou I of patriotic sentiment and maintain unaltered htg .dignified attitude to ward Washington." While on the surface this statement gave the impression that the United states had mel with a rebuff in tin diplomatic camps of both Mexican factions conversant with the situation construed merely it as an attempt to n eei t imporarily the arguments of ex pediency being urg, .1 upon Hnertu by close friends. The declaration, first from Car rants, that he would not accept medi ation It) the United States and it il ' l uted by lluct tii, caused no con cern hero, for the Washington gov ernment maintains II never has of fered to mediate. farranza'B Utter ance while not misunderstood by tht n'sshlngton government, for, inas much as ho had appealed to the United states to lift the embargo on arms and I Special .nvi.y had gone to hli headquarters to discuss the situation, the ni reaeity of showing his followers that he does not Intend to surrender the sov relgnty of his cnuntrv by negotlati m with any foreign gov ernment, was taken Into full consid r Stlon here. The AmrSican government likewise realises that Carranss will not enter Into any compromise or negotiations With Huorta ol any of the group sur rounding him. Por tills reason cblef'y bus President Wilson Insisted through out on the elimination of itm Huarta coterie as a necessary first step to peace, although he always Vaa con tended, too, that the Mexicans must, of course, actually compost the situ ation themsclv SS. nu. na's expression on the bee Is of Carransa'S utterance was regarded by high officials here, in fact, us all ef fort to Show no less patriotism than the constitutional tsl chief at this time. The Washington government does nol construe Its activities in t he situ ation SS included in the terms "inter ference" or "mediation." The Wash ington viewpoint is that the United Stales has the right to say exactly on what conditions it will recognize any government it has sought to emphasise through its representatives that under no conditions would Hu- rta or any one of the group sur rounding him be recognized and bus announced a:so that it win not recog. ntae the legality of any acts of the Mexican congress, which was sched uled to convene today. By mailing its position similarly clem to other for-ign governments, the United Stats has secured the a. -OjUlesonici In ils VietrS Of every great power Without exception. News ..f the activities of the lluerja congress were awaited with interest h, officials at Washington tonight if 1 1 leasing A M t,: I'Misslisss . ST V LK VILI.K. Miss., Nov. 15.- -Mississippi agricultural and mechani cal college and Louisiana slate tini '. .rslty lia'tled fiercely hrc today to a nothing to nothing tie in their an- lial foolliMl! game. The result was a surprise for proVtOUl to the game, Louisiana was a - to I favorite In the betiing. Tile game was a kb king dufj between Kinney for the aggies and He'd for Louisiana. Only twice In the game was first down made SO line plays. Matt) Won Hi- Lame SAN l'i:A.Ni'IS''. Nov. 15. -The New York Nationals downed the Chi cago Americans toduy c to s. citeher Mathews. ,n was In rare form up to th. eighth Inning, when ChtOSgO made four hits that netted two tuna. Here by innings: It. H. E. Cntaugo ooo 010 oio--8 10 1 New York .113 001 00X- II 1 Hatterl- Scott end Paley. Math aWSOfl and KspSfta Yale Won flic- Mali h, NSW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 16. Yale worrits annual chess match with I'tinceton today, taking the gani-s on four h ut i da and accepting draws on the rema ning two. l inn Won ( riVs-t'oiintry. NEW TORJt, Nov. 15 llaiin-s Kolehnialnen, the Finnish Olympic distance champion, running for ths Irish American A. C , today won tho Metropolitan A. A. O, aenlor crnas ountry championship over the Van Cortland Park six nille courae. HIS time, 33 30 3-5, Is a new record for this couria, s ii in "K If II I S-! Kltg VII. I. KS Phi IK Nov 16. flying load gogrnuard and turn ing souieiNaiiits in i tie air aie bl ooming common In the French R v I. it loll field, 1 1. ill i Millie, a lien, n aorophuiisi t ,v OV BT thl a elation (told here luday (or Iwent) scconda with hla liutchlus upside loWU and Ho n described Ivvo forties I circles n, ths ail. llll, I, H. all BngllSl in III lie, II. r e.i he would out do lian-Oullle, and flew sseondl With bis bead downward ami ac .iisiiei four consecutive loops lain r r ... a . n-vv-i uiiiuii iu uum i nu i u iini i i vv P v-,si n,i i: 1 1: vins III N VN II Nil I I I lilt I M VIII in MOVI iiii KiU i OTHER ROADS "HANDS OFF" MEXICAN CONGRESS IS ' ONLY HALF ORGANIZED lllll -I VII I lit I NU l,.l .Hit VI IN llll I - V I I Catholic Part) - RoprosMMistlvsa in III,' Seliale KofUand l t.ll"' I'm I in -c--n.il. in io me THE GITY THURSDAY .lc"c-.l Sil,,ll,,o ,., 111,.,, BERLIN, Nov. I... The Mexican correspondent of the Prunkforl On zetic oablas that "numarkable i hangs for the battel would o iu and the .Mexican problem probabl) i oubl in- solved withuui intervention or blockade" on the following Hues The new Msxlcso congress to nasi provisionally, and Immedlatel) order nu election, Hernial Huorta to resign at once und ussunie the post ol nom uiander-ln-ohief of the nurthern arm; then In case Uonerol liuertt Is le cicci. d president, after six months, the United Slates to tgree to accept him MEXICO CITY, Nov dent H in i in w as unable i. Preel" I. run: Ins Mill VII Ii Mill s VI I i lltC. Mi IN I VI Is pft MiR Wl Ml I lllll I Ills W I I K. A HUNDRED FOR THE SANDS RESCUE fl ill Si II AIM VV llll I I ss V(. VI N V I VI l llll I.N sv IN. Lit I s hi in;; PAS Si' At. I Its I ID PORT Cunard Liner Took off Passengers, lint lew l.s IMcklllg Wild the Burning Boat. NEW YORK, Nov, li. Meagre wireless d iapatchSS rei . lied today told of the rescue at sea of 101 passengers from the i uiniiig ship Balms by the I'unard liner Pennants. Though the lire was still raging today, the crew of the Baluics, numbering if., gvere presumably slicking io their vessel, which convoyed by the Paooonln a-as making tor Bermuda, Which th y should reach some lime Monday. Where, bow or when fire broke out on the Bslme! was imt disclosed iu the priiiin inurv wireless message. .She was eastward bound tor Spain, vvitb a highly Inflammable cargo of cot ton and rum, w ben the I'unanler, bound hither from Mediterranean ports want to her assistance Tills must have been Mime time after 7 p. in. of Wednesday last, for at that lime the I'uniinoiiia reported that she was 100 miles east of Ambrose light, but made in. mention of the Huimea. Pirst news of the disaster came ibiougli a freak wireless message, picked up liy the Marconi operator al rape Kme While It purported to conic from the i'unm.nla, and said that she had on board the BalfBOS' passengers, the operator could not confirm the massage and was further puzzled by the fact that the Pan nonia wiiii a comparatively feeble wireless outfit w us admittedly out of range. The wireless message remained un solved until a cablegram from the Lloyd agency was ri Ivad from Ber muda, announcing thai the captain of the Pannonis bad reported by wire less the res. ne of the BalmSS' passen gers und the fact thai she was Es corting the Italmes, still on flrt, to the Island. The Haiines ii a comparative!) small vessel of Spanish ownership and Is rated a sa freighter The Paauouia Is one of th- glower boats of the i'unard line, making something less than ISO miles a duv. s'be was built in ls04, hus a gross tonnage of !. ) s 1 and is tsl feet long, and l! tsl feet long. a supplementary message from ths commander of the PaSJtOBtl said lu lled raaohad th'' side of the stricken vessel on the evening of November 1.3 and remain, d with her ail nigh' lly daylight all the passengers had been safely tranaferred. To reach her, the Psnnonla had to steam 1I0 miles The Holmes bad Signalled by wire lesa: . "Am on fire, require assist-ance.'- This afternoon, the Pannonla was steaming toward Bermuda at an aval age speed of & knots. The hie still was raging on fhe Spanish liner, ion her crew StUok to her. I'.ig .n.-. .line Company liarlen-d OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Nov II - Charter was granted toduy by Sc. -retaty of State Hen 1". Harrison to the Henderson Oasollne company of Nowata Th company Is capitalized at ll'OO.OOO, and the Incorporators are W 0 Itl 'her. .1. Wood Olnas of Nowata, and I 'rank 1'. Peterson of Tulsa. other ituihoa.L Will Koi Handle Praffti ri al Una Boon BUorvUsJ I l mi I he Sou-el . Hoi si . .N Texas. Nov i Tin. strike Situation on the Suuse' lines je in. lined practlcall) the same loduy as on the fust duv with al t ths same number of trams operated in sboUl the same milliner IS mi Pride) No effort was made to un vc freight and ibe oompan) onl operated the two California trains NOO, I' ami I il. and the 1 1 u I v est .. ii and Victoria division passenger trains. At strike headquarters the greatei part ot the dav was devote I to con ferences with the committee men from various points and tin- grand lodge officers received a .nil ii . .ii i chairmen of committees from connecting lines, who arc seeking lo know uist wbai their altitude should be in the mat ter of handling traffic diverted to them from the striking Inns if such should I ffered, V "bands off" policy is said lo have I n adopted. "The tie-up Is just as ticbl ami com plete today as It was on the lust day of the strike, m tact, if II V ere pos- -tible. tlx- men are more determined and confident than at ibe beginning. There i.s no such thing us a weaken ing on the part of any "I them," said .1. A. Farquharson, vice presidenl of aha trainmen. "The sltustlon looks goad to us an. I thcle l.s little more that can be sgfd .lust now " vice President William ciark of the Order of Rallwa) Conductors, and T. a. Oray, also a vioe president ..f the conductors, of Roanoke, Vs., will arrive in Houston Sunday to assisi the other officers of ibe orders in handling he strike nt other point-- on tin- lines Tb.-re will be an officer of the orders located at all Important points. "Everything is Qplat," said Presi dent Scott of tbe Sunset lines. "Tllll inert are perfectly orderly and no trouble has arisen In nnv r.-spect IStde from Ibe interruption traffic." Vppeii to President. BBACMONT, Texas. Nov IB. Tbe executive committee of the local chamber of commerce today wired I 'resident Wilson, petitioning him if possible, to find some wav to bring about resumption "f traffic on the South. 'in Pacific lines, pending id justtnent of tin- strike Seventy five per cent of the rice crop of the United Stat'-s is depend ent upon the Southern Pacific lines for transportation, ai rding to Gen eral Manager I :. V Elguna'J! of the Southern nice Growers issociatlon, w ho said today resumption ' ? freight traffic is vital In saving muoh of the rice which passed tin ouch lb.- recent unpri dented wet period. t:lls will I- l lll D. Leave- U,- Fortune I.. Wife ami Hi- Mother. BRAUMONT, Texas. ,,v 16. The win of the lit. Charles dates win. died at Cody, Wyoming, in tuber 'it. v as fp'd hen- to. lav f"i probate and Mrs Deiioro I: Hates, bis mother and w idow of fnhn w Gates, was named as administratrix, according to a r quest contained in the will. No esti mate of tin- value of the eslute is available here, Aside from bequests amounting to Itld.OOO, tl state Is divided equally between Mr dates' mother i an d bis wife. Mrs Florence K, dates. Provision is made in the win to iuitv out the wish of Mr. Gate! father, John W. Gates w in, created i trust fund of ,I04,000 for the ere. tion of "Th.- Hates ..id p. iplas home" at West Chicago Indians John w Gates was a native of that state. new congress full) to Ufa today. Ths chamber ot deputies mi l and affected temp. , mi v ,,i cm; ii nui, I. ut the sen nt.- proved reautlonar) ami tin- lack of a quorum pn tod organisation tiuerta ami his friends, however, profeSS to believe t lie ge..e- pall of tllell will. Ut done I.e.ullSH tile ii.wiv created lower house has form ally ami. in Hu n opinion legally met. Tin- senile, the) Hunk, call be In duced lo move into line by Monday when th,. senator! urn summoned to meet again. Long after iii" h fixed foi the Semite to vein. tod. iv tin- mil call showed Dili) :'l senators present nearly alt'of these being generals In the army. Twenty nine are BSSSI sary for a quol urn. None of tin- Catholic senators were present. This II understood to have i ii due to an agreamani among them that the inrty should not par ticipate In Hi" senatorial session. These senators ars regarded us in fluential and tllell refusal OT failure to attend Is regarded is Indli etivs of the attitude of Ibe church Vincii, an I filler Won 'AH IS, Nov la In l. round Man) Sot Iocs lo it.- Initialed Nobhw Will leave I'rldS Morning l or .lopllu. Vlo bout tonight .1 pugilist, won I I 1 1 a I d Smith, I be Ainericau Initiation of ft om points. III. I-i em lima n Everything ,s in readlnesi for Hie tan csreinonlal ssssion of Akdar im pi. , to I.,- held ben- Thursday, No- v . in I. or 10, The officers and commit. ni- of tbe Tulss shrlns oraanisatloa liavs i n working diligently arrang ing details im- tbe big i ling und iii stage is i for wiuit promises to in ibe most successful oaramonlnl In He history of the temple. More than 1 10 petitions arc now tin- bands .,r Recorder Joseph H Bnrtlett und Indications nr.- that a (lass of at bust .me hundred novi.-e! vv III "cross the hot sands " The . i.iv s program Is filled with I Interesting nt traction! for I he visiting libs ami novices, iiii Friday. Nov. '.'I 'he da) following the Tulsa oera- inlui, iii. members of Akdar tam- ,'i i line. Hie . lass lllll lot --.I her will lourney to Joplln, Mo in I ipg- la I Ham to nui take of the hospitality nf Al-, ii Ben ahem temple, whose uf- lm . is an I patrol vv ill olllciato at Ilia i.-i.--.' ol Joplln iiovicel. I 'he mm Reception and r- gi-tra- and novices. f I ut Hotel Tulsa, Iran. I street purnde. to ,", fl p. in. -Autoiiio- llll N I II V Vs llll Ml KTI IUOI ( II Vill i s s s w III CH I'll I) K. ihlei Big Third and housa, nulla. ipers I aHod U) Uriel mine. However. Wbelli BT sin- Wa- sunk ill a UvtltahM Willi the Ruglna PORT HURON, Mi.-h.. Nov. ;ii line of th.- strangasei mysterlsg in, connection with ths destruction of vesseli and men on the Ureal Lakes b) last Suuda) s storm was .solved this afternoon when Mtlllam linker, .liver, Identified thg overturned vssaal I in Lai,.- Huron thirteen miles north east of this port, as the Charles S. Pries of i lev. lam . Th.- I rue. a ittamel ail feel long, has been lying in tin lake BVer since the storm, with only a few feel of the bottom j ,,r her bow above the water, She la J .-aid to have carried s orew of twea- tv -eight. All "f thetn must have been' lost. it is still iii. .tight thai tin- wrecking at Hi.. Price ami the Begine must have been ,n Ibe same locality. The, diver, however, found no SVUlenoS OS another submerged vessel beside the PriCI, The opinion that Ibe Iwo steamers went down mar each OthsT is borne out by ths taot that the body of one .f ths liice's men when found was wrapped in a Begins lifebelt stop owners and anxious relatives ,f the sailors of ibe eight boats which went down in Luke Huron in I lie storm, i. .-can today mother search f,.i frozen bodies Which ire being tossed up almost hourly an ths Cana dian shore. The sstabllahment of identity of the mystery ship makes n certain iiiat the boats lost iu the storm on laike Huron were ths John a. McOean, ' barb's S. Price, James S. I 'ni ruthera. il.-ginu. VV'exJoiil Argue. HydrUS und Isaac m. sc. .it. involving a death loss .f approximately is.'.. Besides this I the storm took ths Lelfit Id, w u- liam Nottingham H.-niy II Smith. Plymouth and lightship No. 1- and in ha neighborhood "t sixty-one lives on Lake Superior, Lake Michigan and Luke line. I oi i i in. II of Noon - M P. H : SO I bile tlip I P in Itusiness session, Shrliia roomi, Robinson Arcade Main street. 7:30 p m. Grand drill by akdar patrol, k p. ni Grand opera i. on ami ceremonial. Information Hsadnuartem Hotel Tulss Recorder's off Ice, registration b-.oth in lobby. Ceremonial and Initiation, mnnd fa house. Novice! shout, i appear at recorder's , f 0 liiini.-.llflfelv t. j in riving In Hi it v while t bey are able. i ii i ,-n .-mil wiut. cut da neeaas i entitle nohli - I" feed, drill and monlal It rder lias sevsral green while aids vol unoaUad for. ry to rs- nd I VN t I (is STATI It V N K - SEHI V I IH18 PILES Dr. A. 8. McOlaWry, located it 3CI E. Tenth SI . Kansas fity, Mo., ha! dincovered a -'rum treatment that .urea piles t-erfeotly and quickly. With thla 'iatment no cutting Is necessary- I" McClenry will br glid to send free partlrulars to any one arlMng him for It.- sdv. ir The) Wiiiuiiv Refuse lo Pa Guar anty DemsSt. OKLAHOMA t'l'I'V Nov If Stale banks which wilfnlK v fuse or fail to deposit securities with Hie hank commissioner equal to ' par cent of the average dally deposits, violate the law. and may be closed up bv the com mtssb.ner. in the opinion of Attorney Heneral West to the commissioner Friday. The Opinion was vvr tten by Assistant Joseph L Hull upon segues! of the hanking It apartment. Hull says section 8 chapter II of SSSSll n laws of ISIS requires the Stat! banks to de posit with th" commissioner securities equal to not less than I per cant of th average dailv dep.. -its arid equal to Ita prorata share of all utstand Ing guaranty fund Warrant! to secure its indebtedness to the guaranty fund. W ant Better t.a- s, i v ii e oKLAHiiMA CITTi okla.. Nov. 1.".. (itlleni of Ooi.igah complained to the corporation rmnml-slon about the service given by the Oolagah Indus trial company, and want condition remedied before the cold Sreathtf t in. It Is complained thai during the winter of 19121.1 the gas at times sot ao low timt neighbor! wan oom- pelled 10 seek those who hnd c al Of wood stoves In order to get anything cooked. SI 31mons remarks: "A bundle on (he end of a stick Is a pretty good In dication that the carrier has Wat hla BTP." A JEALOUS BRIDE. KILLS II Vcai-obl Girl Kill- a via.. Whom Shi- HAyi Helll-rtl to Marri Set OKLAHOMA CITY. okla. Nov. Iu. i Special,. Mrs. Anna BuaSotl, a hinle nf year and 17 of Hobart. shot and kllbd Baffle) I'hlnney. a young man, to. lav Mis lliissell us.-.l an au tomatic rcvolvet Jealousy is said lo have been the OaUSe. It is -aid Mrs. Russell phoned I'hlnney she was go lag to kill him following Ins refusal to murry bar, She Is only a mite of a woman. Mrs. Russell gaVs hSTSotf up to the officers. so.-- for Lstl Inausssrs OKLAHOMA t 'IT Y. Nov LI, MM. I. nine PUTOell bio nghl suit IU the dis trict court gaturday against the Union Central Life tnsuranoe company f..i ll'.OOO with interest and dividend al ii ged to be du. her as beneficiary of a policy held by her luL husband Robert H. Thompson, who died Jan uary 5, 191.1. The plaintiff alb-ges that In I 901. Thompsur the.i her hus band, Insured his ' wan th- defend ant company In the sum of 12 000, and that la'er -he was mad" the ben eficiary of the benefits such aa the principal sum, Interest and any divi dend! that might he allowed. She rlnlma that her husband died In Jan uary, llll. but Hist she ii unable to cgllcot the Innurinee. Pill III" of fcZ. S for llobb'S alld ta llies at i " order's desk (Mflrsal Mvaa, y. ii Abbott, Illustrious potentate) ' R, K. VV illlaiiisi.il. chief ml, ban. H. 11. Johnson, issistnnl rabbani H. , Van- ! tall, high t.-icsl and prophet ; B, I. '.iiii. Oriental guide; n. It. McCul i li ugh treasurer; Joseph h. BartlsSL 1 1 reorder; vt C, Hale, first ryaramonsaj least' r; T 1 1. Evans. I! ond v-eremon. i ml ma-'i i F E. Sbn.Meiiberger, niarshsl; A v Small, captain of the guard; v. L. pehnar. outer guard. I .milliliters. Flna in v. II Klser, ohatrroaai li. y Arnold, w bh Gordon. ESntertalnmeni Oram i: M.rul lough, chairman; A L Farmer, I ran' Sowers. W A Stuart. J B. I'.. Her. Parade -W, E Oordon, chalmani i w Parry, C. B. Robertaon, 1. Burr Gibbons Haprj N. tireis. i Press J Burr Qlbbona, chatrmani C ii Robertson. Petitions ,v B, Duran, chalrmaM V . A. Raker. H. Y. Arnold. i. E. hole ( w Banders, a v. gmall ii importation w B, Shaltanhi rg ... chairman w 11 icis.-r. M. c. Hale. I: lion C. C Mage", i-h.-iit man; V. Boa veil, B R. ki'imi. J I Otl li pi- J P, I'itt. I, S Hopping, K. A. 1 I illv. J 11 Kvnns c.eorge S. Berry, vW, e Novell B T. Halner, f. r. Lewi-. T. E. Smiley. II. M Preston, George It. Beagsr, O, M Lancaitsr, It. Adams. H. C Tyrrell, Q. R. vt. Cullough, II Y Arnold. J. H Me I Plrney, John Mitchell, P, B Ma gee, it. vv ic. rough. D, u. Oruvtr, ! ., It. Simmons. .1. A Hull, M. A. I Vounkmsn, C, v Braden, R. M :! sell. A A. Small, W. B. Kilmer. The ".loplin Jaunt " Akdar '"mplte will be on inspection in loplin, MO., Friday. November 21, wb n her members, with band and patrol, v'-it that city as the guests n thou ''in Vdln in temple of Spring- fli id Mo., al Hie Initiation of a e'asa Jopiin candidate! by the spring- t id nohtaa It will be Vkdar's first appearance In Joplln The bands, patrols ind member! of Ararat temple, K.msaa tltVi Mint! (ample, Pittsburgh. Kan., 'I'd other shrines win ais.. be them is th" guests of A bog Hen Adh.-m. It will he Vkdar's first social eng ige o.ent vvilb . Ither of ttiese slirmes. Akdir must be en dres parade She will be tt ire With both feet with hello i n and In big hunches GltiMOftl II I V I is HI I; VIS CHICAGO, Nov 15 James A Oil more of i 'bii ago today was elected president of the federal league at ths annual meeting here. Mr. Giliuoro wim acting president during a larfft part of the last season. 1.1. .yd II. Bb kart of Chicago, was appointed secretary. Mr Ollmor- said the provisions of the guarantee con tract were approved at the meeting and he asserted that ea h slub had postrd a guarantee of 125,000. No Infotmalion was given out about the schedule nor were any contracts with major league play rs announced.