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tt tt tt :: :: :: :: THE WEATHER REPORT FORECAST Oklahoma: Cstr nal raider t rtssj geturdst straw 1 1 i s.. No- 25 'rt i tampara- lint- Ma mm: i ..i 09. in t it 1111 ii in 19! north trlnda and psrtlj cloud 7VC TV J TWG A :pAU.JV a Jo, ,. - a. a. I l I I, I.I sl I) Willi-: ASMK'I.VTKD PRK.KK i:irn;i Among the Want Ads. i a o $& ifltsi '1 on in 1 1 XI. NO. 6: TULSA. OKLAHOMA, V RID AY, FIFTY-YARD 11011 by john mm BEATS INDIANS ACCUSED CLERGYMAN IS DEFENDED BY FIANCE Kendall Quarter Sniii Halt Length of Field foi' TouehdoNA n, WON IN LAST FEW MINUTES OF PLAY Haskell's Kirk From Place nient Their ( toly Count; Scire i to 3, (B) FR NK I.. MANGAN. I JiU i iroung, hero of Tulsa high m hoot Football battle for four years and for last two yean carying the waving banner of Iho orange and black ucceaafull) througb many hard-foughi gridiron frays, late yes terday afternoon reached iho zenith of his football aupremacy when he leaped high Into a murk) atmosphere uini grasped Ihe spheroid t h;it had been booted bj the mighty Stover raced fifty yards through a broken field and placed the oval behind the goal posts- winning the Thanksgiving da) football game for Henr) Kendall college by a score of to 3. Young's remarkable run mine as a fitting climax to his season's playing unci :i!sn ;i deserving reward tor him ami lit teammates of yesterday's contest. There .it" those who say II was luck and their claims In pari are well founded, it was luck that the hull booted by Stover was glatlng slick with soft, seeping! slim) mud, causing it to wobble through the air and lull s least IS yards short of his lisu;tl kick but It was Hot luck that John young leaped after the elusive spheroid, tucked it away under his left arm and then dodged one of the two Haskell tacklers between him and the goal and stiff-armed the other thai was John Voting at his ii st. it Is merelj a teat performed by him in other games of the past bui no) In contests of such magnitude, After he had s ded by the las) of the redskin warriors and planted the ball behind the goal posts. 2,500 football fans went wild Hats, ealles, hair-, cushions, mingled in the air with the deafening cheers of the hun dreds of joyous fans who the moment before wen- pleading and praying lor just what hai happened. The Ptaj Detailed. Kendall won the toss and chose to receive, defending the north goal, a stiff breese coming from the north if i v V I-' I I ;ii -Jaw:- (.A GERMANS ARE ANNOYE GREECii' ACCUSED GERMAN WOULD RETURN FOR HIS TRIAL (Hi lir is. ii s mi HEAVY FIGHTING near Dardanelles 12 PAG E 9 WOMAN WRITER WHO TOOK POISON WHILE IN COURT Cordial Relations With the Allies Have Been Established. PROMISE INDEMNITY AFTER WAR 13 OVER Teuton Annies New Arc in ( 'out L'ol of Pracl ically All Serbia. I ma I uZAm e- vastus LEWI8TON, Me., Nov, 16. -With interest in the cause now at Its high est pitch throughout the state, all .Maine is nwaltlug announcement of the action taken at a secret meeting of the stew. nils of the little Metho dist church at North Pownal, on the tendered resignation of the pastor, Rev, Milton Beckwith, whose recent arrest on serious charge preferred against him by Mrs Marcla Oodding, a divorcee of bul three of four weeks created a sensation throughout the .state. Meantime Miss Kliz.ihi til E, VOS- mus, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S, A, Vosmus of North Pownal, the accused pastor's fiance, who is reported as having declared her utmost faith in t he clergyman's innoncence, has suden-1- dropped from view. Her parents explain that she is "atti tiding school" in another part of the state, and thai her absence "has nothing to do with the matter." The sensation which the ease lias developed was stirred still further by the isHuant f a remarkable state mint from the office of Mrs God ding's attorneys. In this statement, which Is pur ported to bi ar 1 he Rev . Mr. Beck wlth's own signature the latter ac knowledge himself responsible for Mrs, Qodding's condition OKLAHOMA CHURCH CONVENTION HERE tt ntlnued I n I'ai Nine. I THREE OF FAMILY DROWNED IN LAKE Baptists of State Will Hold Annual Meeting in FROM NOV. 30 TO DEC. 3 Father, Mother and Daughter Break Through the li e on a Wyoming Called. CHEYENNE, Wyo.. Nov. 25. Alex McCoul, aged 64, his wife and 9 -year-old daughter were dlrowned in lake near their ranch home last Sunday, according to a message from Cody, Wyo., today. The drowning was wit nessed by three other children, aged 7. 4 ami ! years. None of the surviving children could give a coherent story ot the accident, saying their mother and eider brother broke through the Ice. The I -year -eld child attempted to telephone to a neighbor hut was un able to make himself utldel-l I. When recovered the bodies of Mr. and Mrs. McCoUl were i laspod in each i thei 's arms. JNDI Oi l l . fES TO t IPITAL. Chickasaw and Choctaw Nations Cbosc Men to Petition Congress. Bpsdsl i" Tha World. i KLAHOMA CITY, Nov, 26. Dr. T. I'. Howell of Davis and Walter Col hcrt of Ardmore have been selected to represent the Chickasaw and Choc taw Indians In Washington this winter in an effort for favorable tribal legis lation. In a memorial adopted to he sent to congress it Wag asked that a'l purchaser! of unallotted land he given tlie amount due them upon the lands so the lands Could he added to the tax lolls of the state. Governor D. H. JohnStOfl of the ChickaSaWS, se lected some time ago to accompany the delegation to Washington, will leave in a few duys for that City and spend the winter in behalf of the Indians. At the meeting of the Tie in Itights association Klihu It. , HenshaW, now w ith the district agri cultural school at Tahlequah. was en dorsed for superintendent of liloom field academy at Ardmore. a schoov for Indian girls. STATE PRISONERS FEASTED M A I . ESTER, Nov. 26. Even the 1,104 convicts in the state peniten tiary had some practical cause for thanksgiving today They didn't have n turkey dinner bttl a menu of fresh fish arid mashed potatoes, tomato catsup, mil!' gravy, pickles, peuch pie. apples and oranges, coffee with real ereatn and bread and batter brought universal delight among them. A brief Thankiaglvlng service was conducted by the chaplain, A. B. Johnson. Six Hundred to Attend; Twelve Hundred Affili ated Churches. BEGINNING Tuesday, November lit), and lasting three days, the Baptist State Convention of Okla homa , ill meet in the First Baptist church in Tulsa. It will be the tenth annual session since the union of the Indian Territory and Oklahoma con ventions at Shawnee In 1906. Six hundred .li b gates will attend. Rev, i.. E. Floyd, pastor of the en tertaining church, will preach tho annual sermon on Wednesday moru Ing at I 1 o'clock, being selected for this a .e.ir ago before it was decided to meet In Tulsa. Officers of Convention, The officers of the convention who will be in charge at the opening ot the s,'SM,,i are as follows: President, Rev, C, Btubblefteld ot Shawnee; vice-presidents, lion. J, W, Harreld of Ardmore, ami Rev, Holmes ONDON, Nov it,. p m.) ii i oruiai relations between ttreece and the ententi powers have been es tablished with the Creek government's assurances thai no attempt win be made to Interfere with the allied troops should tiny under any contin gency be forced to cross tile dreek frontier, and that as heretofore rail Wa 'tid other facilities will he af forded them. That ihe assurances and the Kujr antees are satisfactory to the allies is shown in the fact thai Greek grain ships which had been held up at Malta have In en allowed to proceed to their destinations, relieving what would have been a very serious short age of bread supplies if their deten tion hail been prolonged. I it is understood that the allies also have promise, i Greece a monetary In demnity after the war fur any dam age which might be done through the occupation of Greek territory. With this thorn) question out of the I way. the British public has centered jits interest upon the attitude of Ru I mania an ! (he intervention of Russia, .It i.s well established thai Russlq has com ent rated a great army near the Rumanian frontier and dispatches state that a large number of heavy J guns hav e arrived at Odessa from Japan for its use. However, the di rectum in which this army will move will he dictated by the policy the Rumanian government adopts. Berlin I- Uneasy, Berlin shows some uneasiness, but beyond that and the statement of the Rumanian oremler. M. Bratlano. that t he relations bei w een ! mania w ere nev er I i nothing to go on. As n result ,f the success of the Austro-Germans ami Bulgarians in gaining command of the Kossovo pla teau the Serbian government has moved to Scutari, While the annv Is 'defending the tittle fringe of Serbia which lies between the Sitnica river and the Albanian and Montenegrin I frontiers. It can be provisioned from i Scutari, from which place the Monte negrins buill good roads during their occupation. Monastir is still in the possession of the Serbians, hut the Bulgarians are pushing toward it. while the army of General '"ti Gnllwlts is reported to 'be on the Way down tee Vardar val ley to help the Bulgarians attack the A agio- French forces. Heavy cannonading continues on the .western front; winter has put a stop I to any big movements on the eastern front, while the Italians are persisting ; in their offensive and re daily get- 'ting nearer Gorisa, across the Ison.o and Rlvs in the Trentino. A M if jc'jt 1 itiMingnffiHiir - Turk Attack tut Hritish Kenulscd Willi ( 'ousid MINES ARE EXPLODED i Allied Aeroplanes Damage Railroads and War ships Bombard, ii P K I C E I' I V B CENTS WILL PROVIDE EFEfyiE CASH C4P7 RlNlk'LcH Cant I'ranz Itienteiln rnnnntlv In dicted in New York in the passports I with a fraudulent Swiss pass, is said Ito he willing to return to Am, ri' a and stand trial. SHOWERS FAIL TO SP.iL A HOLIDAY Thanksging Hay Observ ed Here in Spile of Morning Rain. .RELIGIOUS SERVICE Russia and Ku tier, there Is Football Game Attracted Many; Police Had N-.tli iii"' to Do. (C lied on I'age Twelve.) URGE PRESIDENT TO BRING ABOUT PEACE Message Forwarded bj Ihe Federation of Women's ( lulls of Oklahoma Yesterday, Bpti hi to The World, "KI.AIIoMA CITY, Nov. 25. "The Oklahoma Federation of Women's i 'luiis. representing seven thousand i lubwomen of the state, ask and be seech you to use your good offices in the promulgation of an early peace between the warring nations of the old world." Such a message was sent by Mrs. Tom Hope, president of the Okla homa federation of Women's Clubs, to President Wilson today. This was tit the request of Miss .lane Aildams of Chicago, chairman of the national peace movement. Tli inksgjv ing day had been set aixirt as the time for such an appeal to he the made ny tlie women ot tne country, tlio J 1 JOHN YOUNG, best all-around football player In southwest. THANKSGIVING in Tulsa was well observed probaldv more thoroughly observed than ever before. There were many more visitors than those who left the cl.ty to spend the day elsewhere, consequently the downtown streets from an earl) morning hour presented a true holi day aspect. Occasional showers during the morning tailed to dampen the ardor of those ol serving the occasion, nor did it keep down the attendance at the Thanksgiving union serviee at Convention hail, in the afternoon, with hrinht faces and well filled Stomachs, the crowds found their way to Association park and wit nessed the football game between the Haskell Indians and Kendall Following the game hundreds of men and women and boys and girls lingered in the business district la -fore repairing to their homes for the evening meal. Last night then were many dancing parties, socials and en tertainments of other kinds Police Were Idle Members of the police force were Idle during most "f the day, compar atively few arrests being made on trivial Charges, The city Jail held fewer Mis-oners than in many weeks. At the various hotels and restaii- (Continued on I'age Twelve.) BOWLING ALLEYS RUN ON SUNDAY PARIS Nov . i I a .... p in. I llouvj fighting has been in progress the last few davs in Galllpoli, where the 'I'm Us undertook a strong offen sive movement, but were repulsed by tli it no d file p( the British and French guns. Allied aeroplanes have bombarded the rullwo) between Con stantinople and Dedeaighutch, damag ing the bridges, and wul'shlps have b, mlmrded I be coast of Am i Minor. Tin information is contained in the official communication issued tonight b) tin- French war office, which also n potts quiet on the western front, Tin statement follows "There is no important occurrence (in tlie western theator) to report "Arm) of the east: on November '':t our troops h id an engagement near Brusnlk, ast of Krlvolnk, with the Bulgarian forces These were re pulsed. "Expeditionary corps of tin- Dar danelles: The encm) has displayed during tin las' few davs an increasing actlv ity, ' iii i he 31st, alter a v lolenl bombardment, he attempted three successive attacks against the British front f,,r the purpose of recapturing the In nchSS lost on the I ',1 b. Ills efforts were everywhere checked and cut down by lb" lire of the Britll h 1 1 1 1 a at i v a cii artillery, to which had been joined the arllllctv ami machine guns "f the neighboring French I'm i i s He retired h av Ing oh th i In Id numbers of dead. 1 Trenches Blown Vp. Warfare continues with the same ae tivity, on the i st w, successful!) I exploded i c mouflc! . on i he D2nd OUr sappers enne upon a Turkish ! branch t innel and put to flight t he cnemj workers. vV'e immediate!) ex ploded a mine w hi, h shattered I he ' enemy work. "The entile dav of the j:trd was ' marked by rifle firing, an intense bombardment, and :, stream of gren ades from the side nf Ihe Turks, who. i although replenished with munitions i displayed nervousness, harrassed by our aeroplanes which bombarded the raiiwav between Constantinople ami Dedcaghatch ami damaged the engineering works and by Hie moni tors and small war daft which fre quently bombarded the coast of Asia. They ale unceasing!) kept on the I alert ami ate obliged to oppose ngnlnsl us Important forces." SAD ACCIDENT TO A HUNTING PARTY Seeretan McAdoo Suggests -e Plai Instead nf a l!iinl Issue. $C3 ,GG0,C00 WILL BE NEEDED IN 1317 Erroneous Reports Correct ed in Reporl nf Treas ui v Department. , LONDON, No, 26 Miss Annesle) Kenealey, a Journalist, win, alter be ing nun suited in the law courts, took poison, is todav in a dangerous con dition in a hospital. Miss Kenealy is a sister of the late Alexander Kenealy, former editor of the Dal I j Mirror, and daughter of the late Edward Vaughan Kenealy, ! who spent his fortune and many v,ais Iii the defense of Arthur Orton, the famous Tlchbom claimant. This is not Miss Kenealy 'a first dramatic attempl at suicide, in Janu ary, 1910, sin drank posm m the Dally Mail office aftei an unsuccess ful suit agalnsl the owner of the pa per, la i'l Northcllffc, for dismi.-sai II "ill I lie sill f. Ii w.i - atrongl) hinted that she had in, leal intention of suicide but look the poison in an effort to win public Hympath) in favor of her soli against N.u t hcllffe i in. e before she had also threatened suit Ide amlcrbilt Suipil-c Nominee. NAHHVIIJjE, Nov. Vandorhllt won th, annual football game with the University of the South (Sewanee) today b) a score of a t,, :i Vander bilt's marvelous winning streak came in the lusl quarter after the score had s'ooil II lo II in Sewanee'S favor for three periods. Weather conditions were Ideal, ? ROMIHrNT TEXAS WOMAN MURDERED? MTAHIIINUToN, So 111 tses to mi, i as 1 taxation rather than Issuance of bonds t eet Hie first year's expenses of the ttd- mlnistration's defense program are advocate., by Secretary McAdoo ot the treason mi a formal statement issued tonight i inn aii etaimate of ihe fed eral government's revenues and ex pendltures up to the nd of the fiscal ! ' ar beginning ni xt July, Assuming that congress will coll. 1 h iii effoi i t he present emergem IBX law ami customs duly on sugar, the secretar) estimates thai iij, 806,38 i in additional revenue be needed for the expenditures for 1817, including $93,800, for new meas ures I'm national defense. "This i mi," suvs ihe statement, "'a iiy can h- raised by internal tax atlon without appreciable burdens upon t he American peoph .'-' Ml McAdoo suggests U reduction in tli.- inc. one tnv law exemption on single persons from 82,000 to 82,000 ami on married persons from 4,000 to $3,000; changes in the surtax Im posed on incomes above a certain figure; ami new taxes on gasoline, crude ami n lined mis, horsepower of automobiles, other internal combus tion engines apd various other thing-. The statement. The statement follows: "In view of Hie many inaccurate ami misleading statements which are being made either deliberately or Body Found b Negro Boys in a Gully Near Dallas. MISSING FOR TEN DAYS Collill villi' Mai, Mm loo VrHl a- a RCttUll of f Mental Hi-charge 111' (.till. 1 S J t. iii,. World. i COIXINSVILLE, Okla., Nov. 85. 1 Calmer Cooper, aged 25, was BCCl- dentall) shot and perhaps fatally in jured bete at o'clock this afternoon, Two men and their wives were driv ing out of town for a hunt, Cooper ami his wife occupied the back seat , of ihe vehicle. Thej were still Inside I of town when the shotgun Cooper 'held Was discharged and lodged a load of heavy shot under his right Mis. Hugh Perry Thought to Have Been Killed for Jewels. 'Close fii Sunday" Element I- Vgl fat ing Reform in Bartlesvlllej Ministers In Fight. Sppriil to Th" World. BARTLESVILL.E, Nov. 86. W Whether or not Bartlesvllle is to have Sunday bowling alleys, with Sunday theaters later on, is the big issue eon fronting the people here, and during the coining Weeks the matter Is lo he threshed out. On one side arc tlie ministers and a number of church people, while the opposition is com posed of other hading citizens, who contend that the eity should not only have Sunday howling, hut allow the theaters to operate Sundays, Mayor C, A. Uitim is to be appealed to. hut the mayor has said that he will not order the bowling alleys closed, unless it Is shown that it is a source of annoyance to persons living in the neighborhood, Two years ago, When the question of BundS) theaters was brought up. the ministers and many church people opposed the plan because the attendance sit. tho churches was falling off, The Sunday opening plan was defeated and since that time llartlesv llle has hat 11" places of amusement open on sun days. But the question la to he voted upon again and u bitter fight is certain. arm. pracl n a IK severing it iroin his bod . The accident was perhaps due to some movement of a dog which sat at c,,per's feel in the surrv. Sev eral local doctors were summoned and the wounds were dressed at oni C, The Wounded man was sent to a Tulsa hospital on the afternoon train. He may die. Contempt f Court, Defendant im a loud voice) justice! Justice I I demand Justice! Judge- Silence' Tlie defendant will pbas,. remember that he is na court room, l'enn State Froth. sam McBIRNBY, Who has built up one of tho fastest football machines in this part of tho country. From a squad of fifteen nu n he has turned out a football team that defeated all others this season, with tho exception of the Oklahoma Souners. DM. LAS Texas, Nov. J.".. The bod) of Mrs. Hugh Perry, wife of a. well-to-do I 'alias business man. WBJ found today bearing marks of strang ulation in a ravine a short dlstancl outside of Oak ' 'lift, a city suburb. Although Mrs. Perry disappeared November Hie police and an un dertaker said she had not been dead more than 1 8 hours. Her disappear ance had been !'.cp( se, let bv the po lice, who have been searching for her. without finding any clues, for ten davs. Her husband was said to be in San Antonio today searching in that city. About 3 o'clock mi the afternoon of November Ifi Mrs. Perry bade good bye to lo r slster-ln law.Mrs, Royal Smith, at a large department store here, saying she had an appointment for :i o'clock, what this appointment was is not now know.i. Mrs. Peri") was between 38 ami in years old, prominently connected in Dallas and a 'I. cub worker. She had no chil dren. Valuable- Were Missing. Tlie body was fully clothed, even to a new turban, which, it is said. Mrs. Perr) had purchased the after noon of her disappearance. There were no marks of a struggle about the clothing, bii' two handkerchiefs, apparently a man's handkerchief, were knotted tightly about her throat. There was blood on the lips, and a bruise apparent Iv made by a blow above one ear. The wrists I. ..re faint marks whb h some of the officers took to l,e nail prints Two negro boys, hunting rabbits, found the body The police said they h id no doubt that Mrs. perry's body was taken to the ravine after she had been killed. Tim place where she was found is within a block of some dwellings, whose inhabitants when questioned today siiid they had heard no suspi cious sounds, nor had they notl led anyone In the last two days about the place where the body was found. Mrs. perry's friends) said some valuable diamonds she was wearing Novem ber 18 were missing from the body Mr. Perry is the secretary of an eltatriOaJ goods company. ignorantiy about the condition of tha treaSUr) and Ihe finances of the gov - ernment With respect to tin, current fiscal year ami the fiscal year HH7, I feel that i true and accurate analysis of tile situation may be of service to tin public. Tile question of the na tional finances is so intimately re lated to other vital problems Which must be settled in the Interest of tho American people, that every right - minded cltlsen should want the truth in or i I hat he may help form that Intelligent public opinion out of which alone can arise sound and just . . ni lusions With this In mind I de-sin- to submit to the pubUc the fol lowing information: "We began the fiscal year 1818 i July 1 . 191 5, i w it h a general run I I i lance not including amounts to tho I-,' it of disbursing officers of 1104, 170,105, Compared with the balance shown in the daily treasury state ment on lune 30. 1915, this is com posed ot th,- following: Balance in general fund .lune 110, 1915, as per treasury daily statement, $83,035,7 H. Hani. Nut,- Redemption. Add Ihe national bank note re demption fund, which bv law is a part of the public debt ami not to he set up .,s a liability of the general fund. $19,390,345, Add cash deposits dur ing the year 1916 and Included In the revised totals, advices of which were received at the Ireasarv after .l ine 30, 1916, $3,754,044, Balance in general fund Juno 30, 1915 (revised basis), $104,170,105, "Under existing law the present dut) of one .ent per pound on raw sugar ceases May 1. 1916, and the present emergency revenue law ex pires on December 31, 1915. Assum ing that these two SOUrCSH of reve nue are eliminated, the following re. (Continued on Page Twelve.) EX COP SHOOTS UP NEGRO SETTLEMENT Hull- itig "i.v ami Pumps Bn ami Fleeing Frightened Bias k- Bpaclal t i n , World. Sam Cook, a former policeman under ex-chief .Ionian, was arrested Tues- da) even. UK "ii a charge of disturb ing th, pe and carrying concealed weapons The charge was prefer. mI against him b residents of "Llttl I Africa". According to the residents ol the colored settlement. Cook came there about 9 p. in., ami after patronising one of ihe hoot loggers, proceeded to make everybody hide out. it seems that he became enraged at on., of the Inhabitants and threatened to kill him unless he made a hasty retreat. While the colored mat' was making his way across a creek mail the set tlement Cook opened lire with a 15 Colts revolver, and after firing five shots at i lie fleeing negro, turned and began shooting into the village. The negroes evidently thinking that Cook had reached a stage where ho should be taken care of, called for the poll,,- Cook was arrested and tried in tore Judge McLaury, where; be was taxed tJ", and cost.