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MANHOOD FIRSF IS TULSA'S SLOGA
mi r I TEN DAYS I m Wcalkcr Tt'l.KA, Nov. 17.- Temperature--Maximum, 76 j minimum. 47i Mouth winds partly cloudy. In M O Fio 1 I IS CJ I i I I. I I AM I) nil . IMOOIATiCII PRKBI RfCPOBT, V ' V o Vmt WeatUtter V ASH I NUT' i.N'. NOV 11 1 k- Ishnma Pile Tuesday and prolH 1 1 i v Wednesday, colder by w d n 'i'M night. i i i ii' wiiu v iiii rid ss in i-oitr. 0 L. IX. NO. 5 I TULSA. OKLAHOMA, T lT Kjjj A Y , S O V K XI Kli l MM:: I U' ICE Kl V K ('KM 9 III HUE IIUJMj - OKI x. i ( ROM i l I'M t. I ill tti:i r BKH IFFAIK LAST Mi i i a i, in irr r r A MAW H- K Y FOUND IN DRUGSTORE i.ki t. (ii ;rk hi nw in i d in (IINMi I HiN Willi Ml Kill It -n Woman Came Into Store, Willi mil n ( lothea Kdii Ho snd to. mln i Mm rm Hit in Collar, hi mm I Effl STRIKE., Hl'SI VSTH I.I N I .III. WORKERS STARTS TODAY XV (j Hundred Indefatigable Knlghta to Mart Ta-k ul Ititi-inv Slllll.- non iii Ten Daya. Tin- campaign For the raising ot $11)0.(1111) with which in build (i v. II. C. a. bull line for Tulaa waa formally I. una bed at a banquet at the Hotel Tuii-u lust night and promptly al I o'i ini i this morning tha work era, too trong, move oul to ratio that atnounl "f moaej and that they will be mm ceaafuti no one who caught tha spirit ot enthuiiuain and determina tion laat niuhi can doubt. I ae wink and workers have bei n caret u II) organised and every man k 1 1 . i n aiial is expected ot him. There will be a luncheon furniahed It M BBARDRLBY. j PJTTSIIUIUIH, Nov. 17. Una ! Ot Mrs. Mitymo Or.liniseti. aged IB. . i . ..f Oliver Qrelnelaen, waul end drug clerk wai found lain todav ly liig face dov award on i cinder pile in in- cellar of C, a. GHvsni' phar macy, In the aou ii aide. Practically nude, the imiiy was aoratRbed and bruised. Tin' woman's left aya was dlacolored and her hair dlibevelad. Michael U Sweeney, a drug clerk employed In tha pharmacy, was ar reated In the itore tow minutea ufi- r the discovery. Sweeney, v ry itorvoui, laid lira. Rroineisen had entered ihe Qlven'i pharmacy alum; I o'clock tonight, almoal nude ami that he and "Tom Hawkins, m "Harkina'1 iilcked her up and carried i it into i hu ' 1 liar. Sweeney wai locked i" I police station rill tonight ami ui be turn ed over in the coroner tomorrow. A aearch is i imt made for tha "Tom" nc mentioned. Spanish Ruler Paria PARIS, Nov 17. King JMfonao and Queen Victoria of Spain wim are on a three weeks' European trip, arrived here today. They will apend a tea daya In Paria before leaving foi Vienna. tn- nr r U 'I LUU i i iii i ; 1 1 1 1 i u i in ot in HAKIM II HI KAI. I N I M l. I.MIllN ill I I V I Its ATTACK THE MINE OWNERS haigc Hired IMntivev and Thugs H ith i nld-bl led Murder ami --;i ultiug Women. hi : AT'ti.i :. Wash., Nuv 17. Fiery afechea wore made lu Uia American Federation of Labor convention today attacking the Michigan mim' ownora a hole eniployea are on strike. Preal dent Baiuuel Gou pen void tha con vontlou nndoubtedl) would adopl a reaolutlon ii H wore preganted do mandlng Investigation as in boa the Calumet and Hecla company obtained title in lis coppei Mi III MH U'M HI "IN i in .c 'limit of tin' launi hlug of tha i M, '. A. campaign lodio and id" Workers lum I n thai will in' Imld ai iifKjn in i lie Hoti i Tulsa, i he aaftl) 1 'nmnn n lu I ciiiii luncheon win md b t i today Tha comoiRtee laai mum decided in i(iitpoiie Ihe usual' i ii nt i ami ihe program until neat Tueada) ddien tha aama togatmaatar and w peak era will be I..- ml I CONVICTEDOF MURDER AND ONLY FINED $25 MOM n ni l i si II MTO it IM. I IM MI I HM- tN Iff. Page v al n NAPi.Bg, Italy, i Nov. i ;. Thomaa Nelaon Page, I bMM Statea amhaaaa dor to Italy, ami , Mrs. Pag arrived here ttila evening vom Rome i" viall the American bafUeehlpa Wyoming, Arkansas and I'luflila. now anchored off thii port. TgV aniliaaaador and his wife will be Intermitted t tha i iiniimind'T-in-rhli-f "f Hk- Atlnnln fleet, I ander-in-oblft of the Attain Rear Admlnl harleii .111 idgi II HI I mm I'R l I II Kl -I Ml II N M Ns 1 1 n l it i l4KIai 'l'lanl'l ltd v l II 11 M II IN RAILROAD FINALLY AGREED Will Mim Uitlidoliii I umuiltiiv I'lYtn n Urdim to Take 1 p I'lmployni' taiiiii Dtwiand" MMTIf u 1 I: ill III I Hull . have The r Holutloua ' ' ii, let forth 1 mine oa nort j manda of the men, 1 teutpti at coneiiiatt I v. s treated theiu ha ve Imported (tun land, whi. h wi d. ipt the deal 1 1 hi 1: i. i'omm vNiu it oitnr.it 1 11 d INCH on .it iti;. lelKkl ( apiinrii Telegraph Office and Pushed 'I'll' insfHi'-. off aa 11 I 'ederol Urtacbmenl. " hereaa Ignored tha ipurned timii n and In many , a iih contempt ; I men, t ti ((.- and ! BO-oillhi! dclii lH'S into the strik'i aotac and theae men have deliberately killed atrlken in cold blood, aeaauit dC wonien ami bsatn ami terroriaed 1 hlldren; '.'Whereaa S.500 militia have been aenl Into the atrll . dlatrict and tin,s' Holdicra have driven ilmir horaeg over men, women ind children, beating them v illi guna, bayoneta and swords a. ..I outraging women ami girla; 'Reaolvad thai the American Fed erallon of Labor damand a niuigi aaa lonal Inveetlgatlon of tha strike and Hie cauaea leading up to it. "Reaol.'ad thai the Pedermttog of Labor unqualifiedly approval of the Michigan mini r ami Ills N i S ( OM.lt! iK Vx - I IN l 14' mm m.i;ii 1 uMi'i 1 n - i. v UeiTI IIH w ELS SEICE OIL FIELDS pcniaudl n-'iio.ouii ii. im, and 250,IKMI e Month Prom ti' Pcainon Byn dloafe 01 Tuiam. MKXICO CITV, No aation of Preaident Hu greai wiis completgd 1 enough lenatora wei . 17. Organ! -iria'i new aon t a today when e gathered to stanil ni Hi DOlT on the inander fnarei. 1 a ncho the workera evert day until tha cam paign is over! tb.ii banquet to ba fur niahed :'.t the agpenae of the campaign committee and everkV worker In rx pet ted in report al Hie noon day lunch, ai which time tin- amount of tin- lubecriptlom win bt made knortii Mon(') Tlicmiometera, n addition, two huge thermometera will be placid at the RoblniOBt Ar cade, and theae will show every thousand dollars that has been cul- lected. Another thermometer, tu- gether w ith the si ore board, will bo placed in the lobby ol the lintel Tulsa and a record of the amounts retched kept thereon. Today! speaker at the luncheuii will ne I'hii c. itaird, of Oklahoma t it , a noted lecturer and travel -r. Model ni' Butiffdray. At tin banquet last night, a aurprlaa was aprutiK when it was announced that City AttoriM) Ramaey had drawn tha piiins and Mayor Wooden had built the liiillilini; for the V . M. C. A. of TUlaa and thHt It would be pre sented at that tune. Covered by a cloth an object waa carried into the banquet mom and It was set up su everyone could sec it. When tic oioth aa removed, it was teen that a miniature V. M. -'. A. luiildiiiK alioul three ur four feet Ioiik and two feet high, complete in every detail, Iiiku far as the outside was ii.ncerned, had heen imiit of wood and DMiteboard by a. A - Travar. apecUU dielgnlng archl- tei't for the V. l . C. A., with Okla homa t'ity heado.iiarlcrH. Mr. Ramaey, although called upon t,, pi, sent the bulldliiK without a mo iiicnl'a notice. 11 ade a splendid irc- aentatton addreei mid made a atrong plea that the cHi'.' ns ihOUld build not 1 thing of wood and paateboard, hut one that would be a credit to the city. 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 . 1 Qave Proaralae. .1 . A . I'ilhird. mi Iichalf of tha liaorilttan. received the mlnaliiie building, and agreed that the Tulaa ! pie ninild in the next teg days. raise eMUgh money to Imild a huild iim that Would be a pride to the city. Icrdey' l.reat Talk. II M. lieardsley, ex-mayiT of Kanaal Oty, and preaident for 22 years "f the Y. M. ('. A of that city. ilee trifled hia splendid audience by a magnlncenl address mi the "Meaning mid les of the V. M. C A. Build ing." The DCCaaiOn was for the purpOM of llnina Up the workers in the cum palant Which opens this nmrnlna for till i iisitiu of tlOU.m.iO to I'Uiid a Y M C. A luiildiiiK in Tulsa and the lalk of Mr. H'-ardsl-y Wag Hie k-y- gota which was aounded in this nan palgn Mu-k al nmh'r. Afi-i an elal'oratn aupocr Inter- gpgreed with music by the Henry Ken dall onhestra and a male quartette, composed of Messrs Bennett. Norton. PMcher and Ilartman, W. t. Wllllama, W onilniieil 00 mge A.) II.'AS. Ariz., Nov. 17 It Was irder of Oenerai Caatro, com et the federal yarns, hi at that the train carrying VHIa'a i.Ouo conataVutlonal led from Terraaaa Btatlon : earij Saturday morning. isls proci ii. to .luai according to Prancleco Bllaa, a border representative of tha conatltutional lita who returned tonighi from a con ference with Villa. "Villa,1 sa'd KSliaa, "with o.ouu men compromlatng both Infantry and cav alry made a wide iieiour around Chihuahua city, reaching Terrngai i' i Ida y. a small di tachment of loldieri captured tha telegraph office before tne operator had an opportunity to warn t lo toderall ut Juarez. "A train bound tor Chihuahua ar rived shortly afterward, it was cap- tured hy sixl of Vlllna men. one of the conatltutlonah to who "as a telegraph operator took the key, t'aiiinu fuarea he reported that tin traln'i engine ha'i gom through a trestle and asked thai another en ,ilie he s'-nt smith. ' This was refused and the order waa sen; to "Bet husy" and put the engine back on the truck. "An hour laler Villa ordered the operator to call fuarea again and tell Castro the angina had been placed on tha track but that two culverts 10 tne smith had heen burned and It ai feared tin train might fail into the hinds of the rebels. He lllggatf ad that Ihe train return to Juarez. "Castro conaentod and villa's ln fantrj boarded the train, which pre ceded northward At aacn station lour constitutionalists left the train, captured the telegraph office, report ed the trains arrival and received filers to proceed to Juarea. "Thus," conducted Blloa, "by Cas tro's own orders the train proceeded into the city before the presence of the conatltuttonallltl was known." Bllai said Villa had left 1 600 men. mostly OSvalry at Terrsnas Is prevent any attempt at federal reprisals. TEKAS IS READY FOR WAR Vt un i Unit for Wurdiiiiaton to t If Moiicans Try lo Marl Anything AUSTIN, Tex. Nov. 17 In the evnt Mexican! start any trouble, we will protect our citizens and not wait for Washington to act," declared GkiVernof O. B. Colquitt late today after a Oontel IBOS with Adjutant ,:.....:.) llul.liina Wliile tiothlnir of- ttctal was alven out, it is known that T( gal National (iuard is in readiness to anawer on short noikre any call that tniaht be mode. Th- oonfirsni I was the outcome of a threat by Mexicans today to make Texas "anawer to the whole Mexican people" unless merry was shown the Mexican ammunition smugglers charged with murder. Governor Colquitt did not apprise Washington Of today's events. He said that during a recent outbreak aloni the Magadan border, federal troops did not act until the Texas Hangers had been called out. Theie has been no dliorder so far. aifllial-i mount i mini of it can j i alia on ill tribnte the executive c ami where larger aim, if positbli unions to raise lu of providing fond unions to con iked for by the the Federation, be afforded that nits be donated and thai meant ba devised by the DO) for the purpose clothing and shelter if op- for those fiuhilng the battl pressed humanity." Joseph D. cannon, of the Western Federation of Miners described the Conditions under which the workers revolted and dei tared doou ntary evldonci was available to prove that the Caiu.net and Hela company ob tained free from tin- United BtatOg government In 1861 valuable mineral lond as a grant In aid of a canal, the land never being used for canal pur- pns-s but tor the copper it contained. John H. Walker, president of the linn, is Mine Workers, who has spent monthi In the Calumet region, said it would he Lin possible 10 exaggerate conditions there, 'which would d'S i;race the most barbarous country in the world." Mr. Wulker said the miners worked naked in the B.OtO-foOt b'M-ls wit bout ventilation, breathing again ami again the oir of their own lungl mixed with til" poisonous fumes ni the copper. John h. Lennon, treasurer of the federation, described the daily parades of men and women in the copper country. armed men militia and detective agency employes marching along wiiii the paradei on the hipb- Wgy, he said, seeking to provoke them to violence. Boldleri mde their horses across and Ihrounh the parades he said. 'Afler midnight," said l.ennnn. "I walked through the streets of Calumet In company with Michigan public of ficials and saw young soldiers drunk OH the alreels with revolvers In their belts. They W re unfit to be soldier of this or any other country I saw them Insult woman on the streets ami It v.as difficult for inc. old as I am, to restrain myself from soiling BOldlen by the throat and throwing them into the streets.'' President Qompira said the execu tive council Was doing its utmost to aid the copper .'inkers. The convention adopted resolutions urging the unions to work zealously for the eight-hour da. condemning fundi) wort ami declaring opposition IC the movement for Sunday opening of postofflcel and sjrmpathiglng with ihe pnsinl i b rks In their struggle for shorter hours and nhollllon of night work so far as possible ask FOR ill sun it vi ION RngMah not ii'iuaieni May KM Be u--p- KsMted l World's I'alr. NBW YORK, "v. 17. The Eng lish government was requested today by n sub' omsjlRtSs of the American committee for the celebration of tha one hundredth anniversary peace among Kiiglish-spi aking peoples to reconsider its determination not to participate in the Panama-Pacific ex posRlog In 191 K. The request was sent throuph the British committee of the peace celebration. A proposal to conclude In Han Francisco the peace celebration has heen approved hy Charles c, Moore, preaident of the exposition. The full committee will meet In Richmond, Va., December t and 4 according to announcement today hy the subcommittee, Oovemor Mann of Virginia will preside at the flrat day's seaalon and Andrew Carnegie on the eecond day. form a quorum la the uppei house. Hen oral Francisco Proncei wi a ohoaen temporary chairman ol ihe aen tti and a committee on gi lentiali was ap pointed. Preaident iiuerta i ilked tonight In formally to ntemben of bU staff and a few personal friends regarding thi possibility of intervention by the United states. He Intimated that ba would be ready In resist such a step, The opinion ia expressed here that the United Stales will soon inaugurate a blockade of Mexican ports. Humor has it i hut President Wilson would be content with such an action and i re-ipen inicht even permit the embassy t main In Mexico i lly until an i rupture occurred, Oenerai llm rta resumed busineai at the national palace today, apparently with no thought of any question! pend ing between his government and that of the United States. He seems to re gard recent incidents growing OUl of Washington's demand that ba vacate the presidency aa closed; and so they are, as far as he is concerned. With the exception of one develop ment, ami that of a rather, negative character, the day was almost devoid of acts relating to I he tenia situation which exists, notwithstanding the In different view assumed by Mextc i Tin- American charge d affaires re ceived instructions to continue to ad vise Wsshlngton with reaped to de velopments, but 111 was ttOt li st i in led to approach the Mexican government officials again, tmr did his Instruc tions in-b:de anything relative in the withdrawal nf the amhssay, Rumors that tha charge had been ordered to have persisted, although an emphatic denial was mad al the embassy, and the trains leaving fur Vera Cruz were watched anxiously by am art cane who have made up their minds not to delay their departure If O'Shttimhnessy goes. Itiiiimrs nf plots and intrigues were Doeninon throughout tin- day. hut no (Bets were forthcoming to indicate that Oenerai Huerta was losing his grip mi affairs in the capital. Rumors from outlying i 'inis especially to the north, wen- far fmtii reassuring to the war department. Cuidad victoria, the capital of Tameulipee, the capture) of which by the rebels was denied last week by the government, now Is ad mitted to lie in a Isid wav Passen gers from that part Of th I country who arrived here tmlay confirm the report that the City Is already in the hands of the rebeli. The government aas now even con firmed the capture of J uerSI, and the newspapers are still holding out hope to their readers that possibly the re port of Its capture by Oenerai Villa la ot true. lioi s i i in, Texas. Nov. i ;. With th! settlement m the strike of feder ated trainmen on the Sunset Central hues today, ufflciali of railroad and union wini lo worK together I o restore normal traffic conditions. Tonight passenger trains were running np schedule and energetic effoitl were being put forward t ve tu'cuinu- ! It I freight. Tic strike was settled when both i id ai cepted i i ropoaal of i he fed eral board of mediation ami concilia tion that iii'- rail! oad meet a joint committee from the engineers, fire- j men, condtu tors and trainmen, for tha diwii.s-.il hi of the ilaty-aeven aliened rlevancei which the men have pre uented. Many of then are of i per vol i nature, and the recognition of lb. Mint commit' .'. Which Ihe road declared Inconsistent with existing contracts, wua the main contention of the nioni. winiii when refused actu ally precipitated the walkout, liciicv log ( oudltioni Bit - " laai i i Iday niglit. u hen l hi strike was Inaugurated, several pas lengera achedulei dally, Including iwn transcontinental trains, have i u maintained, but no effort waa m ule in relieve freight congestion. Accu mulated perishable matter ;i be dis patched .ai once, ii was aaid tonight, ami in the next iwu or Hue.' dags it is hoped to relieve conditioni oveg .he Southern Pacific lines from New Or leans to i:.. Pa o, Settlement of th! strike has caused greni relli f through a territory where traffic stoppage at thli season of the year would have meant great los. especially to sugar cans growers. The rice and cotton trade will also be affected. I Apparently conference! for the set tlement of difference! have not yet i u considered by either aide, both unions ami railroad declaring that res toration of normal conditions is their first thought. Tin- term! of settlement, also out lined in telegrai ia from the federal board, signed by William Lei Cham ben and- Martin A, Knapp, included the road'i agreement In meet th" joint oommlttee for the settlement of griev ances, the union'i agreement to return to work Immediately, and n ference to the federal board nf all matter! mi Which the c, infer, i coin mil ice could not agree, Departure of passenger train No. fl for ihe east this afternoon was at tended with enthusiasm on tha pari of tne empioyea, ratiroao men ano me public Her Helen-, ft hiliiUM llrotlnl In l aw Win I uiniiiiiiul In-. (Kill Slid I In I on i III. ii I a vv II T VMM IT' Y a . Nov. 1 Lettia Purdue, aged H, convicted lost Maturdas nf Involuntar) manalaughter for Ii.ivIiik ihol and killed a rasa Id iniri. I., bar brothel In-law, paid a fine of SC, and eourl costs, o total "t i:i and wai released from cutody. A Jail lantui i from one day l one ve.n w i noi mentioned by tlm court Miss Purdue'i defense was emotional Insanll) and 1 1 1 - unw ritti ii I..W Mi-s Purdue h0 ami killnl K n.t tn i. seveiiii monthi ago. she ciulmnd that sfier Hu- death of her lister Ki ndrlck'i tlral wife, he had paid at. lentlona to hoi Kendrlck was taken to a lioaplta i stricken with (I '. Ha Inter eloped with ii nurse .ii k I was p i he preseni r "f I he so bride ihnt Miss Purdue killed Ka Ick InviKlgate V, d, Mgnr ( , Ma. WA8HINOTON, Nov I, I ivesti gallon of Ihe Llnlti d 1 'Ii t Blores t'ompan) bj Uie Imuae judli v. oom iiiiitee aski d today '.'.v t resin- tatlve ftcllls of c loctlcul " rag olullon seekina Information lether ii... nmnnanv ilnsa business viol. linn of the anli Irtial law. I M IE I risEiasEiEf MYHJ9S iii IR-Polli May s,-ic ll i In Kids. KI. PASO. Texas, Nov. 17. Oenerai Franclacn Villa threatened today to take over the Mexican North Western railroad a property owned by Cam dlan capitalists. If the offiulaN did DOl themselves Immediately repair and operate the line. The road has been out of operation for several months. Loans amounting to about tlOO.OOO were made to Oenerai Villa at Juarez todav by 'he 'wo banks of that elty. Villa gave l ie hankers asaurance that he WOtl t refund MM money to them If the volt was successful. The money la he1' g used In paying off the rebel troops md buying Uniform! and provisions. A full report f the executions In Juarex with'' the list few daya at the order of Qei ral Villa was forwarded (Ton ti nurd on page .) Bloodshed al Ictoria VICTORIA, Texas, Nov. 17. Tha first bio, I shed In connection with the strike of Southern Psclflc employes occurred here ibis aRernoon iRer set tlement of thl sink" had I ' in an nounced, u 1 1 , 1 1 Octree Qilllg a union engineer, was stabbed to death bv a strikebreaker. The strikebreaker umi four companion! were arrested. The killing occurred When strikers who were returning to work went to the depot tn meet a tram manned by strikebreaker! coming from Houston. A crowd which OOllSCted began lo cheer when Ihe old men replaced 'he new crew. According to aye-arltn eases this apparently angered th" strike breaker!, one of whom plunged a knife into Qilllg'! breast He died while be ing token home, lie was no -.ears old. The man charged with killing En gineer Oilhg gave his name as K. (. Qulnn. Ig! H". of Houston, T. xin. Ik' was fireman on the train. yuinn declared he was i urged by the crowd as he went to ll 'aril the train and that Oilllg grabbed him by thl ni" I.. In Ihe ixdtement, he said, he stabbed thl man before baj realized what he was doing. The three Other employs! on Hie train. Including a guard, wlm were taken Into custody by Ihe sheriff, hav. had no charges filed against them, yuinn was hurried to Jail in an auto mobile, w hile Hu- i rowd was grouped about the lnJiin-,1 engine, II i: i LI to ti I ini oi I II. Hi lit N I l. Mil H. Ask t -v Troops to Md in ' epuiring Indian w Uu arc t urt tied mi a iiiii Mountain Pass, SANTA I K. N, M. MOV. IT Ptt- teen hundred N.iv.iju Indluni law rallied in defsn "t light ranagadeg ami ate reported iii armed encamp" in, -ut ..a UeauUful mountain, miles southwest of "' Shlproch agency, defying United States mar hat ami deputies to take prisoners tin- ..ullaws who ale wanted on fed eral warrants charging assault and battery. Two ironps of cavalry nave been asked for by Ihe 1 1 1 vi.-sli.il and Hie re quegt ins i n referred b the wai department to Majoi Ueneral Carter, i mmand of tin- border patrol. II is telle, I tllat bell, re III- '.IVilllJ arrival ihe renegades will be joined ov in my at the command of Hu- mod. IClna men and of tin- plural wit. men, who ore reported t" be itlrring th Nji va jos to rebellion. Tin- indlani are fortifying on a nigh laid,.- mountain, the summit ot which is approachable by nnl) oni torturous road . Agent W. T. Bhllton is -d the agencj awaiting the arrival of the troops. No won! w is received to night ibai they had started, .Marshal Hudspeth, after surveying tin- position ot the Indiana, returned hare tonight with three "f the origi eai ii renegade! ti lent others escaped ami tallied their tribesmen I.- tlllll defense hefole thl lllillsilill r-ai bed the agctiev Tin- request tor aid wua mads to day aftet a conference at the reser vatton between Indian sgenta, Bhelton, Parquet and Major J T McLaughlin, after th! Navajos had sent word that ihe outlaws would not he given up. They also said that If .in ii 1 1 it.-k was iii. id.' tin v WOUld burn th! gen' y and kill thus, in chargl Al the suggestion of Major MC I. "iighlin, cavalry Wai liked for be- cnuas of the moral effect which the ibertff i pnsae could nut produce, The Indiana ara led by Chief Slack i torse and 151) young bin ks. Their encampmenl surrounds the Noel trading post on Beautiful u a tain. WOMEN BREAK UP MEETING Wild Hrene I nsues When Hulfragettes Invade a "n no-, riptinn" Meeting l l I l) i ti H IM I I I F FO t: I 8 Transf usiofl of Blood from College i huata of im trail. NKW VORK, Nov. 17. Miss Killth M Thomag, s senior of Halliard college ,iie,i today of anaemia, des piie th trsnafusion of blood from four Columbia students The giris father tried vainlv to obtain blond ftotn hea'thv men 'hmugh the salva tion srmy hut POUld find none snlf ihle. The Itudenht friends of Ihe dying h 1. then volun'eered their servb-ea hu he wai so WMl that the operation proved without avail. To Incorporate PfJUlRB It b Nnv. 17. Article! of Incorporation wero filed with the aenretary of sliii today for ths Col ored National Baseball la-ague of tha United Htates. 8HBPFIBL.D, Rng Nov it. a ad Id suffragetti disturbs nc curnd hen- tonight. Philip HnoWden, o- iiiiist membM of parliament lot Illai kbnrii. attempted to address a "no conscripRon" meeting arranged bv the labor part) but was howled down by luffragltte! Stewards Promptly took a hand and In tha scrimmage were attack"-! by male sympathizers with the women. Hoium f the stewards were licked and I. id ly bruised in spite of the fact thai many of th" dlaturbera were ejected, the up roar peralaled tn ain-h an extent that .it the end Of half an hmir the m-'"t ln waa abandoned, A large seetb-n of the audience displayed anger ai lbs chairman for calling the pnlh to Ids aid, dr. I trlii! thai the work log el x ana! had en-ugh of ths Police TIM N oi l It I I -II I N i . lo -ii i i p mi siM viion in hlKA.ll 0, NO ORDERS TO QUIT MEXICO Prttddow I- i onfldenl lluU Kteady I'm ore Will smn I liminoi,- Huerta t loin tin- aituatioa, ASHINOTON, Nov. 17. Thai the ' nit,. I State! ill Its policy low. ml Iho provisional government In Mexico is uonteul in await the otucomo of tha steady pressure being exerted to bring; about the downfall 0f the Huerta re glme, was apparent In official circlet bora today. Ifigcittng rumon front Mexico OR) wholl) failed to ruffle thu i aim eoniid' in e of Presidenl IVIisog or Secrotart of state Bryan. "The nulls of th,. ,;,k grind gl0W ly," was Hie declaration ol one high official of ihe government in a dis- ' Ul Ion Tbi pi ml-nt vv i! not al all ' ad b) Hi" report! that Mr. O'BbaughncMUv the American charge i affaires, was id i to quit .Mexico City ai. i ii was .-lated that no orders have been given either Mr. O'Shaugh n as) or iohn Mnd al v. ra i 'rua, to I-. .ve Mexico, Llumon that the Amer ican smbaiay would be closed within rorly-eight houri were characteriiad in ofAoiaJ circles as "fakes" The pri-Mdent told e.illirs during i he do thai vv hiie t n. i . had beep ionic change in the Mexican relations a- to parsons, tin ra had been mi i hange In the ciri umitani i to which In- tiad referred ll tiler da) a looming favorable to a solution of the difficulties. The president, it la said, la confident thai thi Dndhrial bos "ii "i Ho- Huerta regime b) the United Sl ips and the great foreign powers will be a powerful factor lu lirinnui about the end nf Huerta iii ills, ussing tin- perslatsnt rumaeg thai charge O'Shaugbnasay .u about in take hit departure, leaving mo American embassy records lu the cure of 1 1 in of the ministers representing 'In foreign powers, Secretary Bryan staled flatly thai neither thi charga ion Mr Lffid had an) conditional in structloni ami Intimated that imih were acting under precise Instructional from Washington In over) itep of iha negotiation!. Indications, based in thi few ad mission! oi tin- .-a it., department of liclala, are that no action is contem plated at preseni that would precipi tate any damage in tha situation. i in the other baud ii was remarked I hat I M here ran foretell w hat ac tion Huerta might take in Rta CRp of Mexico that would bring about such a cruris Secretin Bryan has been informed i.y Mr. O'Sbaughnessy ol thi resigna tion ni .Manuet oar. i Aldaps as min ister of Hie Interior, but he has heard only rumon of the intention of Qen oral Blanquet to surrender his porta folio as minister of war, While ill some i, darters He re was a disposition Id regard cabinet change! as thi fore runner ,,f the disintegration of the Huerta regime, in others it wai point ed out thai it might mark the adop tion by Oenerai Huerta of i more ac tive and vigorous policy and one more defiant of the United states govern ment, An early development of his purpose is expected In view of the faot Unit in ti rdlunr) course of events be must siimbll bis iie-ssage to ton- grers not later than Thursday Th" possibility of an Interruption of tin- railroad i omiiioni alinn between Ihe City of Mexico and Vera Crux, which is not practically the only out I, I from Hie capital. is giving I "iisider- ibli concern to the official! bare and it la said that any att, mpt t thus complete!) Isolati Americana and other foreigner! in the Mexican cap ital would result in uuirk action hy ths United States to prevent it Sec retary Bryan had heard from some of his agents that the line of com mmiieation was threatened, hut it was not clear whether ths Interruption was to ha egpet ted tta the result of some deer ,f the htuerts govern until or from operations of Ihe revo lutionist, who have suddenly appear ad In force in ths mountains lying be. I vse. ii Vera Cruz and the .apltal inters for ih" isoosjd division of Ihe Atlatnb tleet to return to the t'niteii statea remain luspended, leav ing practically half of the fleet of ha'tleshlpa off the east 'nasi of Mex ico, ami It waa abi at the navv de partment tod. iv that If the Mi xt an situation should be. nine more critical, by Ihe time Admiral Badger. With the lirsl and fourth divisions of the fleet, came within a few hundred miles of Hampton Itoads. returning from the Mediterranean cruise, at least snme of thsM ships would be ordered by radio to Mexico, is Q ranted Heparatlmi, IflCW rORK, Nov. 17. An inter locutory decree nf divorce In favor of Mrs. xda 8,ri Uroulllard. da ighler of Paul A. Sorg. waa recommended by a referee report ftled today The de fendant la ('apt. James Pierre Oroull lard. Vi H. A., retired. The custody of the daeghter of the couple Is award ed to the mother.