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tt tt :t tt tt tt tt :: tt tt n 1'HE WEATHER REPORT i ".it. i vsi ok ij tdi - dm sud Thart-das um ri i.s.v. x..v st -Tii,. tampers- tnrc Mmvuiiuiii M, Btintwuin 88; tmiili vludi iiml -Irur V(L. XI. NO. il I I I.I. LEASKD WHO VhMK'IATF.D PRKSH RKlOHT TULSA, OKLAHOMA, V KMX ES I) A Y, NOV K M 1 1 E R 2 I 1915 Among the Want Ada. 12 PAGES CAPTAIN BOY-EO IS PLICATED BY Vi?i ESSES P B I C B V I V E CKN T 8 Brother and Two Sisters of Defective Child Who ' PJ I IJ T " '-j japan in need of n n apii mr ... w I HI li I .aoiJLS'g'J SUNDAY SCHOOLS I U UlHulVUO I "uo lw M v uiw.w i u uiii cinu .miiinvi mn-fl'.inc-ri T ' Hi' ii , li. .'.. s., mi- rrx-nr nm rnn ilKHUty IffU; ::..;-;v.:;r.,7..-....v uKbt UN Ltd Ths Testimony Adduced by (Jovevunenl Affects Ger man Naval Attache, 7 A (Hi IT fa MTU! '"1 1 CONCEDES i - i f 1 Meetivos eml Hou With ugagi1 in Hev Knagement ir Bandits. SENT U. S. SHIPS SO SUPPLY TEUTONS FCulenkampff Tells of Pi nancial Assistance to Cam Out Plans. NEW SfORK, Nov, 28, Witnesses testifying today In the trial of several Hamburg-American steamship lin. official! who are charged with i .i plrar) tn deceive and defraud tha United States by Bending neutral re lief ghlpa with coal and other bup j .it-.-, in tji rman wai vi as la In the At lantic and Pacific ..i 1 1 - beginning of the Europeun ar. s.iiii Capt. K. Boy Ed played a leading role In the al leged conaplracy. Captain Boy-Ed Is German naval attache, with headquar ters ..i the German embaas) m Wash Ingto n. One of theae witnesses awore that Captain Boy-Ed personally directed the expenditure of approximately 750, QUO, which, unsolicited and un expected, had been deposited t" th' witness' mi in in ii New Vork bank ing houao early In September, H14. fif tins money, the witness testified, $350,000 was teli graphed to the Ne vadu National bank al s..n Francisco In one lump sum; $213,000 was paid in several :i n i , i tn the North Ger man Lloyd steamship line here; about 175,000 in the Hamburg-Ami I li an unii some df the remainder was still on hand, All f these disbursements, il.i.s witness asserted, were made by order df Captain Boj -Bd. U tent Ion i Law !, This witness, Quatave li. Kulen kampff, :i local German Importer and i xportor, and others, testified in the trial "f Dr. Karl Buenx, Adolph Hach melster, George Kotter and Joseph Popplnghaus, ill offli lala of the Hamburg-American line, who are charged with conaplracy In having directed the loading iiml dispatching of 18 vessels to the relief of ;i li.ilf dosen or more German warships Isolated from sup plies in the Atlantic and Paclfb oceans. The testimony, wnioh it tually oponed ihe government's case, followed a shorl address to the Jury by Roger B, Wood, assistant United States dlstriol attorney, In which Mr. Wood said thai tin government would show thai "the defendants rode rough shod over the laws and treaties of the United Btatea as contemptuously as if those laws mid treaties had been mere craps of paper." William Band, counsel for the de fendants, offered to concede certain charges of the government, Involving (Continued n Page Two.) f es - I 'x " ' BAND COMPOSED OF MANY FARM LABORERS At Midnight The Attacked Hut W hich Sheltered Law Enforcers. &OLLNGETR CHILDRtfiJ Left tu right: Gilbert aged 4; Ida, aged : and Margarotte, aged 2, the perfectly n ; l . Anna Bollinger, whose Infant Or. H, J, Hclselden, chief of ataff ..f Ihe German-American hospital i" . al the age of six days because 11 was hopelessly defective. Doctor Helselden refused to pe operation which might have sued and certalnl) , i. hi have prolonged the llfti of the Infant on I should the child live it Would be .-i constant encumbrance to'the famtl) and to (he npuiinunlty at in which the chlld'i parents concurred, hlldrei at I'll I f or in i e gri larg i of Mrs. inago, left a simple nmls that m opinion CWK hi u a i : i i:. ' : "The w I, i id of i h, hi u in in Janun i i I baron, speaking through an Inter- . Unions in, I culti ii i MA V PTTT1 fWT? UPD In illreel the mln.ls of the nem.li il WAX O U i Uf J? .a tiK "When ii wus first proposed to imld the Intefnutlonul Hun da) school oon vonllon in Japan i was hupp) to ftnani lallj Baron Hhlbusaw i said ins objeel In i the exposition al San Eranclsco, and second tn n new ins actiualntanee with i new uoiiualntum es ies Will Cancel Special I rivileges of this Neu tral Country. SUPPLIES OF COAL teports Arc Confusing ..f Operations in the l!al- kflU States. in . in expectation of secret band of LONDON SHIPPERS PRAYER OPENS THE HELO IN SUSPENSE CATHOLIC SCHOOL BURNS CASE AGAIN BEFORE CON. '4 LI! Failure f ( lovernmenl to 'I Agree on a Plan In creases Anxiel y. housancls of Persons At- Special Judge George C. tend Formal Dedication Crump Refuses i Act niversity. mi Motion. .I' FEAR SHIP SHORTAGE GOV. WILLIAMS TALKS ONE MORE ARREST Official Proceed Without Stati Consulting Experts m That Line. DID NOT KNOW HE VIOLATED THE LAW JEFFERSON CITY. Nov, 23, -.idini P, Gordon, state auditor, late todaj was acquitted by a Jury In the circuit court nf having drawn Illegal warrants on the state treasury. The verdict was on Instruction of the oourt, the judge h;ti.ix told the jury that If the did not believe Mr. Gordon knowing!) violated the law he should he found Innocent. Gordon was prosecuted on an in formation ohargtng him with having drawn a warranl to cover his expenses to a convention of state auditors at i-ia H Lake City last summer. A charge Of having issued g war rant for the expenses of his son. Mor ris o. Gordon, supervisor of building and loan associations, win, attended a national meeting of similar officers in San PranciBCO also was made agalnsl Mr. Gordon put it probably will not he prosecuted as the princi ple involved was the same in both cases. Mr. Gordon testified that he had been advised the Issuance of such ex pense warrants was legal. i 1 1 1 on i.piiiul"ii, i' of the axtocistad PrM ) I ONIMi.V Nov. IH. ShipniiiK eii l-j clea are experiencing the keenest anxiety over the failure of the gov ernment to agree on a plan for bat tel control of the British mercantile marine, Within the last three weeks I I I I I rill.' Ill IIR. 1 I ,( IIU subsequently cancelled three plans for exercising some measure of state con trol over shipping and the fourth plan, which was to have been issued in the form of an order In council, has not yel appeared in full detail. With the outbreak of the war the government through the admiralty heimn tn reaulsitlon merchant shins. hut In spite of the repeated requests of the ship owners for t lie formation of H committee of their members to insure some system of uniformity in requisitioning ships, nothing of the sort was done. Rates High, With the scarcity of tonnage rates Logan to climb until the effects on England's vital problem of Imports (Continued On Page Twelve.) t on; uiriciais Meercharl and Others Speak. Is, Bishop Charles Oydrton Released 3ond; frand still at It. turv Rpe Isl to The World. QH wvxki-. i kla., Nov. 28, - Ith 0 i lishop Mi ei scha rl of I lie diocese of Oklal la presiding, assisted by priests from many parishes of the sta.e, the dedication of the $l.".,ut)0 Catholic unlversit) al Shawnee tooK 1 lace today, attended by state offi clals and several thousand visitors from Shaw i and different points of the state. Governor Williams, Chief Justice M, .. Kane of the supreme court, ii ii Wilson, state superin tendent, ami other state officials were present and delivered addresses. Dedicatory ceremonies began, led by Bishop Meerschart, at 10 o'clock i iiis morning with a beautiful prayer service of the chapi I. following a (Continued n Page Twelve.) CONSIDER INDIAN MATTERS IN DEC. DISMISSES I NWOHTIIY St'fT t5,000 Damage use Vgainsl Purdue Tl.roun Oul Of Court. LAFAYETTE, tnd., Nov. 2.1. Judge J. L. Caldwell in the circuit court today dismissed for lack of pros ecution the $L'u,nuO damage suit agalnsl Purdue university, tiled bj Abraham L Obenchaln of South Whitley, ind. The plaintiff's son, Francis w.. l'u years old, as ki led in the Purdue tank scrap of Septem ber It, 1911, his neck LeinR broken. It was alleged in the complaint that the school authorities Induced the young man to enter the fight and that the fight was conducted and encour aged by the unh srsity. MEMORIAL MEETING FOR WASHINGTON NEW YORK. Nov. 2,1 It was an- 1 nounced today that a memorial meet ing for the late Hooker T. Washing ton will be held in Carnegie hail Feb ruary 11, The call for the meeting Was issued by the Tuskegee board of trustees, the Hampton association and the negro ministers of the city. Former I 'resident Taft and Beth ! Low are expected to he among the I speakers. Former President Roose ! veil will be invited to make an ad- j , dress. ST. LOUIS TO RAISE 1100,000, WASHINGTON, Nov. 23. Gov ernors Locke ami Johnson of Choc taw and Chickasaw nations respec tively, have been requested by the Indian offloe to be in Washington by December tc confer with bureau of fieials over the Choctaw enrollment matters. The s, curing of per capita payment for these tribes this winter will depend largely upon the su-.is-faotory settlement of the enrolment question, Creek National Attorney it. C. Alien, who Is now in North Caro lina isiting his mother, who is quite 111, will arrive here Saturday to con fer with Indian office officials over Ihe allotment and other matters af fecting the Creek nation. EMPLOYES EMBEZZLE FUNDS, THE motion t iash the grand Jury accusation against Chief of j Police Poster N. Burns will again be brought before judge Conn Linn this I morning as a result of Special lis 1 tri.t Judge George R, Crump's ruling yesterday in a motion for a change Of Velllle. Lawyers for Hums argued the mo tion net ore .lunde Conn Linn the first of the week and finally placed I. inn himself on the witness stand, Tiny then moved for a change of venue, but the motion was promptl) turned down, The attorneys refused to go any farther with the proceedings Yesterdai afternoon thev went be- I fore Judge Crump, who is assisting (Continued nn Page Twelve.) i I3STIUATE i: VTE l Rl s I lire.- Committees of Representatives "f Railroads Named for Work. ST. LOUIS, Nov, 23. At n confer tnce here today of fifty represi ntatlvee of railroads operating In Missouri throe committees were ippointed to look into the freight and pass, niei tale award recent 1 made b the Mis souri public service commission with a view of determining whether t" ac cept the condiiion.il rate increases. The committees represent the freight, passenger and legal depart ments respectively of all roads and wicn their reports are ready another meeting will be culled by Thomas R. Morrow, solicitor of the Atchison. Topeka tt Bants, Pe and Missouri 8 tows railroads, who presided todey, illi-tns on Way to NogalOS. DOUGLAS, Arlsona, Nov. 23. Gen tral Joss Rodrlgues, with p;irt of the Villa force that recently evacuated C'ananca, is en route to Nogales, Smiora, according to an official C'ar ransa report received here, it was intimated among Carranss authorities that officers who were ordered to Close the route to NogalCS had "fat'ed miserably." Have Monej fir Two liig Political . lonveni Ions Sexi ITear, ST. LOUIS, Nov. 23. A grotiD of I St. LoulS business men today agreed to underwrite a whatever amount may I,,- nect ssary to complete the $200, uoo fund being raised here to bring the Democratic and Republican national i conventions to St. Louis. All but ISMOO of the $100,000 had been pledged et noon today. The names of the men wore not announced. ! $1,500 of Water Fund stolen by St. Louis Icrks, it is Claimed, ST. LOUIS, Nov. 2.1. A list of twenty-eight firms and Individuals whose water bills are marked paid In the Office Of the assessor of water rates, but Without the money being turned over to the city collector, was jclvcn to the circuit attorney today by City Collector Koeln. Tic bills ;;g- gregate $1,600 A former employe of the water of fice has confessed that a group of city employes diverted water funds Tho circuit attorney will inquire Into Uio new shot-taut). night 11 the fa rmers, Clarkton and even vicinity was armed another attack by 'I in- latter are a tin. 'tits and farm laborers who have been u ..L'iuc feud-tike war for higher W ai'es and low ,T f I prlt'l B. several Months' Fight, The feud between tenants and la borers on one side and land owners and merchants on the other has been in progress here for several months and has spread throughout New Madrid oounty in southeast Missouri Fix detectives have been camping secretly for two weeks In a shack mi the farm of T. ft Helsserer, Wealthy land owner and banker agalnsl whom the nlghl riders have oentered their attacks, The detec tives had been gathering evidence lis to the Identity of the night riders preparatory to a contemplated raid on their mi etlng place. Jfeaterdaj the hiding pine of tho detectives was discovered b) the nlghl riders and although the detectives learned several hours before midnight the) were to be attacked, the) feared tO leave the hut. The swamp con tained many scatteiad tree .stumps, each large enough to hide a man. Shortly after midnight about thirty men, Bheltered behind slumps, began firing at the detectives' shack, vol leys continued more than an hour and about three hundred rounds were fired on each side. The detectives replied through Improvised portholes and Counted five fallen night ridel.-. apt lire S u n of Tlx 111. ai about 2 o'clock the attacking part) began to retreat, carrying off their wounded, The detectives then iiii rged and a brief pitched battle en sued in Which Oscar Mull was shut in the hand and Crank Dennis in the head. Both these men. detectives, Will recover. Seven of the alleged night riders were raptured later. AEROPLANES LOST IN A THICK HAZE B'JRNiNfi GRASS A MENACE TO CITY Mai iv nouses CiiKiangered Yesterday Thl'OUgll ( 'a I'elessiiess. CHIEF ALDER'S VIEW BUremen Will Perform I mty f Department l ( ailed Upon, AUSTIN, Nov. 2:1. The first aero squadron ol the United States army encountered and solved many new problems In their flight today from Waco to Austin, pari of their cross country trip from Fori Sill, Ok la., to San Antonio, Texas, All irix of the machines reached Austin safely, bul not until four of them had been lost for nearly two hours in a haze which caused several of the planes to drift fifty miles westward of their course. Three of the machines were forced lo land in unmarked territory to get their bearings. The aviators accom plished the landing... successfully, a feat which was regarded -is of espe cial value during a trip planned to test, the, efficiency Of tin machines by conditions us near as possible to actual warfare. The squadron expects to resume to morrow the journey to Fori Bam Houston at San Antonio STRIKER BEATEN WHILE IN JAIL Burning grass near ihe intersection i "f Fourth and i mplu y titer da , nft rn ndangered several houses end caused two hours of hard work tor members of the fire depart nt. The fire was Marled through the burning of rubbish, rehitlv , to hlch Chief Alder later said: "At I his lime of I he car evcrv, body s'!"hi be unusuallj careful while burning paper ami rubbish. The grass is unusually dry and casli) kindled, and a pic e ,,r lighted pnpei blowing from a fire might 1 tuse a clsa itroua conflagration, I'd like to Impn ss upon the populace of Tulsa that. If thej have mass h, burn or large quantities ..1 paper or other rubbish they wish t., dispose of, telephone message to fire headquar ters will bring a squad ol firemen ho will attend to the task properly, This win eliminate all danger of fires '1 might ' I,, , , ,1,,, ' I 0 U SOS and destro) aem " For h t yesterday's grass fire threatened to spread In spue of ef forts of the firemen to check It, and it was not until dark that the flames finally were extinguished Tho dense smoke caused by the fire caused much inconv enience in t lie dlsl 1 ict where t he fire originated Dwelling Bouse Scorched. Another alarm for fire yesterday lug of trash, but this time the flames communicated with the four-room dwelling of I). C, Thomas, occupied by Jesse Smith, at First and Nogali The structure was damaged to the extent of $00 before the flames finally Were extinguished. Grass tires have kept the fire de partment on the ran during the past few days, and m case a disastrous fire started in the business district when the department members and apparatus were fighting glass flames, Ii is probable considerable damage Would be done b. lore the si die could ' 1 cached. STATE'S PRINCIPAL WITNESS ON STAND inl and will Wool ade of 1 he Greek 1 1 1 he allies h.uc. according to a statement issued bj the British foreign office today, withdrawn "i threatened to withdraw the 1 pi clal pi iv lieges w inch Greek commerce has enjoyed since the out break of 1 he war. What these special privileges are i-t rot BpeclflCOllj Stated, bUl as an ex ample Greece has been allowed to draw hei supplies of coal from Welsh collieries. 'In do this. Greek mer chants required special permits as the export "i coal from the British isles Is allowed onlj under a special license,' Tiier, are many other commodities the export of which is permitted '.n'v I to certain 1 nun tries, Invariably when oraers have been issued against the export of such commodities Greece has been among the countries (X eepied. Now, unless sin. concedes the demands made b) the allies for as surances for the safety of their troops in the Balkans Greece will be struck off the list of countries which ha. e 1 hese pi i iiee, s. Maj Make Concessions. While this less vigorous attitude on the part ,,f lb,, allied govern ments has caused some dissatisfac tion in quarters where strong meas ures are advocated, it has easel the situation and the belief now pre vails tll.lt I, recce, having been pre (I bv Lord kitchener's visit 'he threat to her common concede the demands. 1 if the fighting in ihe Balkans tim reports are more confusing than ever, The German accounts still claim progre for the Austro-Uerman and Bulgarian troops ami recount the capture "t thousands of prisoners and man) guns from the Serbians Bul from tin. towns mentioned their advance appears very slow, it may be. as reported from Italian sour, es, that the campaign Is waiting on change in the disposition of the armies go thai the fJ iana m.. be ihe first to enter Monastir, This would avoid the trouble likely to arise through Greek objection' to Bulgarian occupation of the city, t hlch Is SO mar their border, sc bs Claim letory, Dispatches from Athens, however, late thai the delaj is due to the fai t thai the Serbians have defeated the Bulgarian ho wi ro advancing on the town and that the Serbians have r upled their from on 1 ha Veles- Prilep line. Perhapa the real reason for the slowness of the Invaders prog ress arises from difficulties of trans Nothing of Importance has oc- ' urred on ti ther fronts. The Austro-Germnna, according to Rus sian rep. uis. attempted an offensive in Gallcla and actually omved some advanci guards across the Strfpa, but since t hen no news has u en ,.,i, the Germans apparent!) not consid ering the operation worthy of men tion In their official rep, ut.' in the wesl the artillery is siit or defenslte purposes time ilone will tell 1 ' I I I I : I a 1 I I OR R Ml ROAD. Viiarchv in Persia, WASHINGTON, Nov. 23 iis patches Of a semi-official nature re ceived In Washington indicate that practically a state of anarchy exists in Persia, According to the reports troops of various nations are doing BJ they please in certain sections, the government being powerless to curb them. Many government officials are 'aid to have fled from the a leas in which the most serious conditions prevail. $1110.000,000,0110 Capital. LONDON, Nov. 23. (3.2 1 p. 111.1 At a rough estimate the ca.pl! il vealth of the British empire Is 9 1 C0.000, ,- oou and Its yearly Income v,ooo, OiiO.OOO, Reginald McKcntia, ehg icel- lor of the exchequer, told an inquirer In the house uf commons today, CHICAGO, Nov. 23 - John Law vian, one of four striking tailors held In connection with the killing of Michael Quzskowski, the union gar ment worker, appeared in municipal court for preliminary hearing today with both eyes blackened and his face cut and bruised. He told Judge Sullivan he had bei n beaten by Michael Smith, who had 1 n put In his cell for half ;in hour last night. William A. Cunnea, attorney for tho strikers, said Smith was a special policeman for certain clothing man ufacturers affected by the strike. Smith WSJ fined twenty-five dol lars and the case against Lawvian end the three othei strikers was con-tinued, LOS WOK I ES, Nov Zl Patrick I w ureses , the murder trial n' 1 Matthew A. Schmidt, testlfh d today .iii.it the McNatnara dynamiting con tipirac) which resulted In the desti u 1 Hon of the Times building hi re five years .m, and the killing of twenty 1 men w.m in operation as long ago as K'Ot. 1 m cross-examination Dugan ad- 'i Uted thai whllo hi had had knowl- ''" of various bomb outrages hi Id not gne Information to the police uthorltii s until 1908 arid i, had 1 sen ej pelted from the National As 01 1 itli n of Bridgi and strut tural ron Workers. Dugan also stated lm never knew ! hmldt, alleged accomplice of lames ttcNamara in the dynamiting of the limes building In 1910, an 1 did not , know r his alleged connection with the conspiracy until he read of it in I nov spapers, I'.arth -i die ),, Vote 175,000 lor Inter. urban, Pawhuska to Nowata, BAHTLE8VILLE, Nov 21. Within ,a few days Bartlesvtlle people will vote upon a bond Issue "i from 175,000 to ,,nd if the bonds are car ried, the purse will 1 ffered to any jcompanj Who Will build and place in operation an Interurban railway to ex tend from Nowata to Pawhuska, by way "f Bartlesvllle, Bartlesvtlle peo ple will supplement this offer by go ing out ami getting part of the right- : ef-wn v. Bartlesvllle wants an east and west outlet, The people are not particular 'whether 01 not It is a steam or elec tric road. It is not unlikely the Doherty company, owners of the car jtlesvit'e nturban railway, will accept ti e "if.jr. nigh Tide lakes Town, CITY. Ore.. Nov, is, Ths ir v lew bote! and rottaams it ,.i :. - j 1 ,,, urn, u Hummer res'.n, wi re ir I ried OUl to sea by the high tide t iday, I No one u.o, in them, The sea hits dons much damage along thu beach. oh Salesman Burns to Death PUEBLO, Col, ,,y 21 John A. Campbell, city salesman for a local oil company, burned to death today when gasoline whlah flowi : from the an',,. mobile he had been driving and which had overturned and pinned him to the ground, IgUltl d. Campbell ,li, t ite 1 tnessag, s to his wife and daughter ' persons who vainly tried to extricate lit... Suspend Kate Increase. WASHINGTON, Nov. 23. Soiled ales of the Chicago A Eastern iilt- ftots ami other railroads proposing a general in, Tease of one i en' per hUtt ind pounds in through rates on yel low pine and hsjrdWOOd lumber in onloads from points in southeastern ah'1 Mississippi valley territory to points between the Mississippi and Buffaln and Pittsburgh wire sus pended today bv the Internists com no rce commission until Jiarch 30.