i UK WEATHER REPORT
I'ORRCAST okhili. linn. l.oullin
nd T( s file ?rlos) tnd Saturday.
Maximum 86, minimum i worih
wimts mill eltir.
3 rKfcl W
Among tho Want Ads.
I I I LEASED WIRE ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT
NO. 3 9
joj '.)900g V3JO)l
12 r a d ES
PUH'E FIVE CENTS
PMC-SEIZEO Suspec,ed ?anJ p!tte5.! EVERY FURNACE
and Materials Found in Quarters
IN SCHOOL FIRE
Twenty Boys and (iiils
Make Up Death List of
STAMPEDED BY FEAR
ART TRAPPED IN HALL
PI2ABI 'I V.
ranging in at
lust their liv
Tlic six h
ten .i their
Mass., let. 28. i ril v
most 'if them girls,
e i rmn se i ii to it years,
is today In a fire which
Johns Parochial school.
perhaps was fatally ln
ithera were Ii ss i erely
indred ehlldri n had en
lassrooms for the morn-
ii.K session when the tire was uncov
ered and although majoritj of them
were guided t,i safety bj sisters of
the order of Notn Dame, who were
their teachers, panic seised a I irge
number as they nearcd the fronl door
unii in their rush iii escape they lost
tlu ir footing and their bodies blocked
the ' sW ii was in the front vesti
bule thai nearly all of tho bodies
Of the i B bodies ut the undertaking
hop tonight, 12 h.ui boon Identified
MABliL BEACHAM.P, 1 1 WW
NELLIE BURNS, V.
FLORENCE BOUBKB, 12.
ELIZABETH COMiEAU, 1".
HELEN BREBNAHAN, IT.
ANNIE BOLESKY, 14.
IDA E8SIAMBRE. B.
MILDRED FAY, 18.
HELEN II KEEFK, 1 1.
ANNIE M. O'BRIEN, 11.
FLORENCE ti' iZERTY, 1 1,
one Sister Burned.
AH of the sisters escaped, but
Mother Supi rlor Marie Carmellta was
seriously burned, Al the convent
house tonight II was said her injuries
probably were nol fatal although sin
is prostrated by the disaster and the
suffering of her charges.
How the Hre started may never be
known. An earl theory that a bollei
exploded caused it having been dis
missed the state police officials to
niLiii were i ( the opinion thai a store
room in I"1' naseiiic.u we i e .i
meter was located was Its source, bul
Investigation of the theory w.is dit'ii
rnit as tho pi ice where the store
room had i" ''ii was entirely burned.
tardy pupil who smelled smoke
reported it to t im mother superior and
the fire drill was quickly started,
few days ago in a practice drill
the building whs emptied within t"
minutes, it would have been cleared in
'almost he same I mo today, In the
opinion of the Rev, Nicholas 3. Mur
phy, pastor of st. John's Catholic
church, bul tor the falling f a child,
believed to be a cripple, In the front
vestibule. Over her body child after
child stumbled and fell. The opening;
whs choked and further escape was in
this way stopped.
Became Pan Stricken.
Trouble at the t,'. r door, which be
came Jarnmi 'l for a time, also Impedt 'I
the movt menl of the children through
the building. This iit was reopened,
however, and man) children escaped
through it- ....
The classes of pupils, marshaled by
tin sisters In the rooms and halls, had
filed through the corridors and started
down the stairs In orderly procession,
notwithstanding curling plumes of
until i hi' i.ioi imiuc occurrea
Second Installment of United
States "White Book" Is Issued
l)O.SSll)lO Wi hllji
l-hiouirli 1 i"ii and
rial go in i ' t man) s enemies,
I ln-oili:h I hi II' ti l I'll "I I IHS
PRICE HIGH NOW BUT
IS STILL ADVANCING
1 thai i
Vrtlfle i "i ine
r rights und du
nuvul and land
ml i mil ii un ii in
Titan Half Mil
!iUiplo i'u ; ' an
Earlv I Miveries
Walter L, Shols, Robert Fay ami lJaul Hueche, suspected Qerinan bomb
plotti i s. now under arrest at Weehawkou, N. J., and some ..f Uu bomb mnkltii
materials found in Fuy'a mom. It :s nelieved thai the n i' uln ha.
been watched liy secret service ipen for several weeks, were implicated In a
conspiracy to blow up munition shins leaving this country for England and
France. A map of Now York harbor nn.l h speedy motorboal was also i
pari of the equipment of the throe, Ft y la said to be .i Oennan lleutenanl
while Shols is regarded as a German r. tervlst Daeohe says he Is a graduate
of i lologne university.
of lust .inly, h.is been coming on rap
idly with n di luge uf orders since the
middle of August and may nol yet
have reuched Its high mark
Within tin-si- three months tin- price
of pie iron, long regarded as thr brom-
trade, has increa ii approxi-
18 iiit ('pni and thai
and steol iirn.ui i- execj
has gone up about IS per
"At the present time the
i fur pig irmi and foi various
Iiit, rc-.tiii Memorandum.
"The nnsltlnn l.iKm l.v tin' unvcin
tralltv. Is In the opinion of
- porial German gi verom
in International law
: government has se fort
in this point In a
w hlchi In 1 owp.Hani i
t ii r.s. i ii 1 1 - the honor
The memorandum follows
ICiulil l KlIPPll AHIcj
. 1 1 a u l ii
1 1 . I i 'i i,l' I In I u ii , ntiM'iit mns
man mllii m foi ordei lug i ontra
i imnd from "i t lirough Us terrltor)
i m hut it ms lia r ili iin n ni ai
fniiii American ports in re
,,f the 'chanl roai hlch
tn the principles ot international
uiinv.i i.lloil n noiil rn I itati ni i
..rovrnl fnrnlshiiw ;i 1 1 . 1 1 1 i m of this
li 1 1 Win 'Ii ihl II
ll Illll'.IW II.
I . I w
it after allow
r iii lain or In
c hant ship iar-
nii.t turn it'" i""is
LITTLE NEWS FROM
t ' lorman
iiit. H )
Prevails in Lon
mi uai mil.
the i" llltferenl !
t he mi- i
The Imperl 1 1
nh inatrui -1
tn forward to
, man polnl
; "Our i
i united si. iii
i icrmans I
nil. iii unval I
reason thai i
k on tho "BP1
i. Rill II 'anil
with 1 oal
rman warsnips noes
a i Into a Ger-
rarj in in u-
' i utslde
i-i lerman fnf
(9 IB p. in.)
re bj tim Bulgarians of
Knlajovnts, imiii on thi
river northeast of. Nish, i
heights of plrot, almost dire
draw from the
band of war. i spe
several billions f
murks This in itself may are -
lz, ,i to lo, itnt if tl' United States
would proven! our warships occasion
ally drawing supplies from its ports a
(.Teal injustice grows out nf the ail
thoris itlon, for II would amount t" an
unneutral treatment and constitute a
breuch of tho generally accepted rules
,.r n Hitrniitv in Germany's detriment."
Th- si cretai of atwkki
news ot the
which la Unt
adi an ci
re la little or no authi
Invasion nf Serbia,
reports, however, thai tin
tave recaptun 'I ITskup.
Improbable, If as Salontk
l'it, tin I''nnih iinw
n ral principles nf ln I
Steel is in fX.-esn of th
pacitj of the ftirnai i
sued today by Judge
Elbert S Gary,
TULSA'S C. OF C. IS NEW HAVEN INVADED
BIGGEST IN STATE STATE LEGISLATURE
Three-Day Campaign ( !losed I
With Total of 1.
i Is Shown
GOING RIGHT AHEAD 'MUSIC BY FULL BAND'
Prices Going Higher,
large majority of the different kinds
there will be a decrease In the do
' in ami for anv nf these products for
apparently will go higher so that fair
and reasonable profits may be est
1 pi cted.
izruw a i o
1 1 'mil i ii u i n
j munt miM
"CROSS THE RIVER"
imhi ihi- lin' of Krlvolak, I tad ovists
and Strumltsn, for wild an army ther
and tin' Serbians at V'clos, I'skuit
would im in a dangerous lallent,
Danger spot in orthcast.
For the moment the danger spot foi
the Serbians Is the northeast cornel
where they are h imk attacked from
lliri'i' sides anil must i ymil n i 11 v fall
'ark toward tim southwest. Thus fur
thej have been rotlrlng In Knod order,
and despite the serlouHni b of th Hitu.
iatlon optimism prevails in Serbian
.quarters in London, which probably
are best aide to Judge nf the assist
ance being sen) by France, Great
Britain ami Russia
Wounded in T
: at Ojo
st, p Toward Unltj Tken
tint. iv by Meeting f the
ii cot ding to German
one hundred KnnK ut
'p toward the union
CARRANZA IS HELPING
Then with cries
in their ears, the
,i t,, the rooms on
f the building.
S 1 1 1 1
iii the doors
Those on the lower tlooi dre
tofotu i.i the around. From the sec
ond ' floor moat of the i hlldre i
unipeo into ini enain in iiihiiku .."'
bystanders whhh were held out In
, if, ii then Many "f Ihl Se who vM
to the windows of the upper story
..llr.,... K I..HL'
ni r wane 'i a;. .in .- . ........ ....
NB thousand and sixty-seven t
Tins Indicati a the actual number
of bona fide menhi rs in the Chamber
of Commerce at 5:30 o'clock last
night, it. l the report at the end of
the third day's campaign for im iii
heiH in the organlwition that stands
for Tulsa first, last and always, and
which under the prevent management
is doing things, i ine thousand and
slxty-seen Is a good Showing and
with tins number the Chamber of
Commerce and Federation "f Allied
IntcreHts of Tulsa is plaeed in a I
ritlon to do better things In
than the PMt has n COfde
! mv that the past has not
Tin re has perhaps
. been accomplish
n 1 old Commi rcl il
i n given
escaped iroin in lows m -
i.... ,,nie ut 1 K' nraei ami iimn
rt aiiH down water siioiits,
..' , i ii, iii Mm ris i arris, boy
11 who assisted hi" friend Tom Shea,
with onli one leg, over a shaking
' . ..'. -i., ..i,,. w. ie dr. ed
n, ...... . ..i.cJ ..rl..im
ll... e in M ."-'l.-i.i " if
1 1 lyes, dying
d. Not to
more real good
1 for Tulsa by tin'
luh than it has ever
i reiiii tor, ano w n i
survival thr. .ugh the pres ml t namoer
of Ceinineree the luTtire prorouos i"
held up to if nol excel anything that
t he pasl ban over shown.
Needs Help r All.
And right here The World wants
to say that a successful Chamber of
..mi.ir.rep dHneiiils on the work ar.d
i , .,- i Deration uf not only its members
i, a. of . very citisen nr me commun
lly nt huge. While all may not
coma members ' cauae
jtrietions, yet nil.
NT BOARD E
i l l I).
pn sent board or nt-
directors of the New i ora.
Haven & Hartford Railroad
was formally declared
elected today at the stock hulilel's
ue etlng. The aet.s of the direc
tors were approved while a reso
lution offered b) Asa P. French
to direct the board to brim.' resti
tution suits against former direc
tors of the Company was defeated
by a vote of 16,i24 to 14,533.
Doing Patrol Duty
Mexican Side oi
28. The first
f the northern
and southern Jurisdictions oi im
Presbyterian churoh was taken today
when jniut session ot the comity
committees of the general assemblies
uf both branches mel here.
No conclusion was reached, accord
ing to a statement issued tonight, bul
. v am a nnnlntsd to coll-
' Miil. r and oreoare unlnlons upon vari
ous matters, especially thai
llOWNSVIliLE, rexas, i " i. ii.
Three Mexicans wounded In the
niriis. one. Alan
,;.i,.r i. ..i, hers . ..ntiolled
- until tin mishap at the fr
I .. ,, nrnvitd so ialul
. : Marii Came Its said that
cu ing the fne s e h,d made .. in
thai all the hildreti had left the
upper floors before she did. No bodies
yj, ,r found above the frt "OOf.
,f certain re
in it h men and
(Continued On Page Twelve.)
DISAPPROVE PLAN TO
STOP THE ZEPP RAIDS
KV VoKK. et. x s . Testimony
on the political activities of the
New fork, New Havctn v. Hartford
rialroad in tin1 Connecticut and
Rhode Island legislatures to prevent
tho construction f competitive trot
ley lines, Introduced a new and sensa
tional chapter today i" the story of
how tho New Haven acquired lt al
leged monopolistic grip on the trans
portation traffic "f New Bngland
presented by the government at the
trial at tho eleven former directors of
the road under the Sherman anti
"1 think when ths timo Is fixed vv
...in i... r..-wiv i.. hava mimic bv tho
f..n i I" i .tnhn t Hull vice- 'marine K-l. with a
president of the New Haven, to Henry
(Conttrued On Page Twive.)
SCHOONER IS TWO STORMS
NOGALES, Arts., Oct 2v Carlos
Randall, Villa governor of Bonora, I
protested today against the transpor
tation of Carranu troops through tho
United States from Laredo, Texas, tn
Douglas, Ariz lie telegraphed his ob.
graphed Secretarj Lansing that if the
permit for the Carransa troops to
cross the border was not revoked he
feared ), would be "unable lo guar
antee the safety of Aini i h an llVSS and
property in Bonora."
He Bald llf doubted his ability- to'
control the Villa soldiers and Vaqul
Indians who were angered at the
REPORT ON THE P-4
from their wounds at Reynosa, Mex-
partmenl advleea received on the
American side nf the border today.
Tins m ikl a a total of sl Mexicans
said to be at Hey nOStt, V. Ill' ll
found hidden mi
will lie submitted at anuinei
. , ting which "ill he held iii Atlanta
i December l'.
Reverend I"'. .1. Hnss Stevenson,
osldent "t tho Princeton Theological
Hemlliury alio iimueraior m i no n-
eral assembly ..f tin' Presbyterian
church, north, and the ROV. Dr. W.
McF. Alexander "f New Orleans, La.,
moderator of the general aaa moly,
couth, ait. tided the conference,
others present wore Reverend R.
Willis. Fayettevllle, Arkansas, and
Rev, 'i. A. Wharton, Sherman, T xas.
Big Steel Hail order.
PHILADELPHIA, int. 3 Orders
for 17(1,000 tons of steel rails were
placed in tbe Pennsylvania RaUroad
company today. In addition an order
a.,. i placed with Baldwin Locomotive
Works for the construction of '
000 men with
Whip the whirlabouts ot the Hrlt.
i1 h n inforcements remain a FtK-ret,
thai they are nf considerable size may
lie Judged fnmi the fact that although
General Sir C. C. .Monro, recently a,..
pointed tn c and tin Galllpoil
operations, is already on the spot, the
; ."V 1 rnmenl has decided- to semi
Major 'ii neral Sir Bryant Mahon,
ul mmandfcd the columns which
relieved Mafeking In the South Afri.
can war, to co-operate with the
Greece Causes Anxiety.
Greater anxiety exists as to the ;t.
tltudo of Greece, it is known that
Austria, Germany and Bulgaria have
seriously compcauted of the eon
llnued hospitality shown the allies at
Salonlkl, and one account goes so fur
las to say the Creek government ha i
1 isked the allii s to leave Greek ter
I ritory, Against this Is the quoted
assurance git n by the Greek minlstes
I at Paris to the French government
thai Greece has no intention of com.
I mitting anj hostile act toward the
J allied troops.
I Except around Riga and Dvlnsk,
where the Germans are renewing
I Ihl ir eft it each the Dvlna, and
near :' y; k on tne Myr itiero
hi belli tin eaVV fighting ill til
Russian arena. Engagements on a
small scale have taken plaei west of
Riga, showl a the Germans are at
lacklng in a inw direction Hitherto
their main attacks have been from Mm
south and southwest nt that city,
where Mo v w. re cheeked. on the
styr and in Galicla i in German of
tensive, according to the Russian re
port, has been Stopped.
Demi Report of Death "enwnces. ,
i- I. N. -"' wireless to,
Tuekerton N. J.) Dtnlal of a report
111. Kl rioii, . .i.lr.u or noi-e . I
p ated in HOII
A, nth senten
. .. .. U . hlMllll-l'
had been pronounced by court-martial
; ! ,e IS n SdS to the Overseas News
""i'sVimi Uer f f...-l." It says, "there
have been iii Liege recently no death
Itelgiaus to mnr' ZZ .
nor ..re In oi eeilllll-.- 10
Charles Noble Simmons Badly BoUt
end iiv t'liif aurrtoanes.
OALVKST' iN, Texas. Oct. 28. The
schooner Charles Nobis Simmons to
day put into Galveston in distress with
her headgear Carried away and her
bowsprit lashed to the hull with ropi s
The schooner weathered both of the
gulf hurrloanes and Is trying to gu
to a dryJock.
She was en route to r.ezucia witu
LONDON, 'let. 28 (4:42 p. W.)
The suggest. on advanced In a i lestlon
in the bouse ot eommons i may inui
the government might t ike steps to
t.acc and se'iutstratn private eeuri-
,. I In It., lb tld t at t lll.v "I" I lies ill r.o...-. -" -- ---
ilteo 111 lloiiu ' T.... nA , or. rlnrnnn state and
, . us. n ir .rT n.l ...t lim aha stiiK.k the AufUflt hur
aim ii.j...... ...j... ....... . . . ..,.
possible ruture uamage eaus'-u uy
Zeppelin raids does not meet the ap
proval of Premier Aequtth
Th oremb r lllforlred the house
i. .I...-I.I I.I...-.1 Ui.nri'a minis, nrul u fl H taken III
I ...,,n,..n itiai ho did riot rem. I ataatnar Kennebec but three times
-idpr that the scheme offered "a I broke away from the tow and
,....ii, .i. mpihiiil nf deterrln tho finally abandoned. Bho came
enemy from further violations of in- this port under sail and will take a
ternatlonal law." tow here for the Mobile drydock.
SSSoi that nature now pending, The
rt.utie. I'.itulli'i back, she encouirer. u
the September hurrn ane it Jamaica.
In which she was damaged. The
ehootiir managed tn get to Freeport
tow Sunday by Hie
WASHINGTON, Oct. II -Officials
of nnvy bureaus ore studying the final
report of th naval board nf inuulrv i
Which InvestigSted the irss Of the s'lb-
view tn determin
ing whether proceedings to fix per
sonal responsibility for the accident
whleh cost 21 lives shall be started.
Tbe board found that corroded lead
lining and rivts In the submarine's I
battery tanks rauaed the accident arid
absolved tin- crew or the wet front
Chopped Cripple to
Death But Exonerated
by a Coroner's Jury
nlted States military
river, pr sumebly In an i
onerate m itii Ami rli ans In
h of the I uildlng re-
id In the flghl
i reports Indicate that
fort to ce
ll at Ing the
r.ii..i, .f urates. A report wa.s
received today nt Fort Bn am that
IS mounted and annul men were seen
along the Rio ''.rami.- below Browns
. j ;,. , ib ' ichment of soldiers sent
out to Investigate discovered the men
were Carransa toldlers on the Moxi
can sal", apparently doing patrol
report Is a pure
SAN I KAN'i IBCO, net. 'J I Mrs.
Mary Paffljeat a young t.rlde who On
fesaed that she killed Mlclnel Wein-
stein, a . nppieii peddler, with sn it
and then chopped his body to ple. es,
was exonerated by a coroner's Jury
today. The Jury held that the killing
was justifiable on the ground that
the woman was defending herself.
Bhe Is held in the city prison a i barge
of murder having been preferred
J ailnst her by the poll '
Turks it" puis"- Miles.
BERLIN Oct (By srirstess tn
Tuokerton, N. J.) Turkish troops
have engaged and repulsed tui Anglo
French forci near Btrumltxa, accord
ing to .a dispatch from Sofia given out
t..d iv l.v the Oy.-rs. ij News nireney.
"Bulgarian find Turkish rnoitntaln
artillery has done great execution,"
s 'ae dispatch. Two thousand
prisoners, among whont were troops
of all eolors. have arrived at Sofia."
New York oil Mm pies.
NEW VoKK, Oct 28. Charles
Wallerbead, president of the Puis
oil coml my rice-presidsnt of the
Underwood Typewriter company and
Widely knfiwn In Presbyterian elreles,
died suddenly here today, lie was i9
iiati Minion m Princeton.
PRINCETON. N. J., "ct 28, I
to Princeton university amounting e
1468,921 were annoui I at a meet
ing of the trustees today. A unique
cameo of former President Wither
spo n. moulded In England in i"3 by
James Tussle, was pte.sented to the
university by Anthony Van Tuyl of
n Edison "Solid for the
Children;" Sets Record
by Sleeping 14 Hours
In Boy's Suit
Bp, . s to Tlui World.
ALTUS, Okla.. Oct. 1$. With
her hair Cropped cb.se to h.-r
hi ;i l and WI 11 ing I suit of clothes
belonging to her brother, Miss
winiilo McKrnney, is. who dts
ap peered from her home here
October 13. was found working in
a hotel at Snyder Thursday. Mi.s
McKinney was found by her
fa! hi r and J, C. Ford, sheriff of
Jackson, who went to Snyder,
.in miles east of her, and returned
Wltb the young woman. A pic
ture of Mies McKinney, printed
In 1 newspaper, lead to the do-
oo very that h wa.s masquerad
ing as a boy. A reward of lion
hud been offer d by her father
f,i: her roturn. While working
In Snyder Miss McKinney at
tended a baseball game played by
the Snyder train and the team
from Alius, and saw- her father
and brother who attended the
game In the hope of finding her
Mis McKinney left ho ne fui
lewlng a family viuarrel.
LOS ANOELE8, Oel 28. Thomas
A. Edison answered en Invitation 10
day to let school children "see him"
with the exclamation, "You bet; I'm
solid foi the children." and lived up
to it by M. ititlg -I pUbltC schools.
However, he refus d to make a
spot i h.
Mr. Edison also broke n record by
spending it hours Iii bed and ap
pearlng at breakfast at s:so o'clock
THE RUSSIANS WANT BIG BOTH
Will Pa vine Per CWM Interest for
M Much a- 10O,00O.tMS),
NEW VORK, Oct 28. Agents of
the Russian government, it was re
liably reported here today, are seek
ing to establish u credit loan in this
country somewhat similar to the re-
cent I i00, Vnglo-Fi . nch cr dlt
loan, although no bond issue is con
templated. From l.'.a. .'i"0 to 8100,-
000. 000 Is wanted and more If it can
1 btatned. It was reportei that
Kussla was willing to pay :s Ingh a
: per cent interest for s loan of this
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 28. A demurrer
to an Indictment against a physician
for not tail -tiring prescriptions ot
habit-forming drugs was sustained by
Judge Dyer in tho ted. ral district
court here today on the ground that
I he Harrison law provided no pet ally
m case physicians did not registOt
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