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LAUGHTER'S BANDIT GANG CAPTURED
Mexico Soon to Be Recoghized by U. S.
Representations of Mexi-
i can wnvoy in washing
New Kcgime Also Gives Indi
cations a$ Sincerity and
Has Sense of Its Duties
NEW MEXICO PROUD NATION
Peace From Border to Border
and Not a Single ilebl Is
'fejr Tho Associated Trans.
WASHINGTON', OcU 2 9. Early
recognition ot tho new government
In Mexico was forecast today by
Secretary Colby. Whether It will
rrcccle Inauguration of President
elect Obregon, December 1, was not
In revealing tlint "discussions"
havo teen, In progress with Itoberto
V. l'e.Kiuclru, confidential ngent of
the Mexico City government, how
ever. Mr. Colby said that thesofgavo
promise of a speedy and happy out
Tho announcement camo as a sur
prise. Karller In tho day a roport
circulated In New York that recog.
titlon waa Imminent mot with em
phatic denial at tho state depart
nent, A few hours later, however,
Secretary Colby mado public n. letter
from Mr. Posquclra us tho basis for
his announcement, saying It afforded
a foundation "upon which the pre
liminaries' to rocowiltlon can confi
dently proceed." '
Tho Mexlnm Question Soon.
"I think I am warranted In say
lr.f," Mr Colby's formal aiiriAUnco
mtnt K.ild, "that tho M ex lciuJ-ip ca
tion will soon ceaso to lx a n,tientie.r.
it all. tmismtich as It Is about to bo
answered, not oi.iy as It concerns the
United States, but Indeed, tho whole
world ns well."
Mr l'esqurlra's letter told of his
earllfr informal negotiations with
Undersecretary Davis at tho Etato
department and said It was "a now
Mexico ' which, "submitting herself
to fic recognized principles of Inter
national law," now sought rocog
M'lon by tho United States.
Mr Colby described tho latter as
a "very significant and very gratify
ing and reassuring statement of the
!lude and purposes of tho new
Mr Pcsquelni, former Mexican fi
nancial agent In New York, recently
returned from a flying visit to Mex
ico when ho was appointed confiden
tial agent to succeed Fordlnando
Igleslaa Calderon, rccallod. Mr.
Colby s announcement said Mr.
I'esquelra camo to Washington benr
Ins tho fullest powers to speak and
act on behalf of his government."
On Crvel's Hoootnmcnilntlon.
Ooorgu Creel, former chairman of
the couunlttco on public Information,
accompanied Mr. Pesuuulru to tho
Mexi an capital. Bcforo his depart.
Uro, Mr. Creel had n personal Inter
view with President' Wilson.
On his arrival In Mexico City, Mr.
Creel had a six-hour conference with
Provisional President do la Iluerta,
anil w.s n noted by Moxleo City pa
Par as having said ho would return
to 'ho Pnlted States to work for im
'fcfdlaip recognition, taking tho mat
Yr up directly with tho Whlto IIoubo.
Mr Creel again saw President Wll
l)n ieiiterlnv and later conferred
with Mr. Colby. Following Mr.
Cotuy's announcement of Impending
ret'ornltlmi. nfflcl.ils refused to CIIB-
7,s Mr Creoi's status or activities
la am way.
Scrretary Colby's formal statement
1111.. ...... ,1 i.. c?ll..
-iiiiti)- Ullll-ume in nip,"-.
"Tho discussions which havu for
ome time bech In progress with
CONTINUED ON PAGE TllItEK
MAJOR DALRYMPLE QUITS
Head of Prohibition r.nforrt'inont
Crew RoslglW Chicago Ft
(WASHINGTON. Oct. 29. Tho ro
'tnatin, effectlvo October 31 of
Jlalor A. V, Dalrymplo, supervising
Wfrai prohibition ngent at Chicago,
9. . .. .l ln,n
"imiiuy nnnoum--u n.iu
J Commissioner "Williams of the
?reai, of Internal revenue Ho has
'M rhargo of tho central enforce
U department which comprised
Hates of Michigan, Indiana, 111
"J, and Wisconsin.
, "I Williams mado no comment,
'.finer than to Ray ho regretted thnt
Darlrynplo was leaving tho fed
... Rullflghtci May Strike.
MADRID, Oct. 29. Tho bullfight-
Ulrcuahntit Hnnln. nrn consider-
J". conrerted action with tho object
V. Staining higher pay. It was
k, " touay. 'i noy aiso ucsiroincw
regarding tho manner In which
oulja ore admitted to t-ho ring,
Deck in Court
To Clinch Case
NCW YORK, Oct. 29. Assls
tant District Attorney McGrath
today amazed crowrn courtroom
by aeceptliiK n challengo of coun
sel for Ixiuls Krohnbcrg, Indicted
on a c)iargo of cheating ut po
ker, nrift "rending" n deck ot
marked cards from their backs
beforu Judgu Mclntyro In gen
eral sessions court.
Max D. Hteur, Krohnberg's nt
torney, In arguing fur dismissal
ot tho Indictment declared thoro
was no fact to show that Krohn
bcrg knowingly used marked
cards In tho gamo lust December
In which he waH charged with
winning a stud pokor pot of $ 13,
000 through "card reading."
Mr. McGrath shuffled tho deck
and then read tho card backs,
ono by ono, us ho handed them
to tho Judge on tho bench. He
did not mako ono mistake,
Judgu Mclntyro reserved de
cision on Mr. Steur's motion to
dlsmlvs tl( Krohnburg Indict
IS FOUND GUILTY
25 Years in Prison, Pen
alty; Doubt of Sanity
Saves His Neck
CHICAGO, Oct. 27. A vvrdlut of
guilty wns returned' by tho Jury In
the case cf Carl Wanderer today.
The defendant was sentenced to 25
yearn In prison.
Wanderer wns convicted of tho
murder ot his wlfo nud unborn child
after30' hours deliberation by the
Jury. ' I ,
A deadlock toiiay over tno sanity
of Wnnderor If believed to hnvo re-
aulted In the jrrlson term Instead of n
Wanderer also shot a ragged
stranger to doalh whun ho killed his
wife during a fako hold-up. Ho had
hired the trwJlt to hold him up nt tho
entrance lo a downtown theater. lie
wns not tried for the atrangor's mur
der. While, waiting for the vordlct to
ho read. Wtindercr showed tho first
signs of emotion ho hys displayed
during tho 28 days ot ma iriai.
He wim plainly nervous, but ns the
sentoncp, which tho prosecutor.
James A. O'Brien, later denounced
"as a travesty on Justice," was read,
a stnllo broko over his faco and he
recovered his composure.
clalmn lie was nt one tlmo mayor of Fort
Worm, -maw, in un;r
ut the roaunt of police nf San uarjinr.
ulna. Cat. Ha l charneil with Iiafilnir
boKus :tiecU uml with leallni an auto,
mobile In tho California city.
MIAMI. Okla., Oct. it. Captain Jamea
Clark, 0 yeara old. a civil war navy
volnran, left lirrn yelrilay afurnonn In
a houjeboat conalructnd for him for n
three-monlln' crlil" down U'0 Neoaho
rlvir lo tho "ble river." HIb d-stintl'm
la New Orlcant. With Clurk ari .la-nee
Harl anl I.oula Kulton. jounir enlnr,
wlui wl I axial In tho guUlanco u( the
COI.l'MIIUfl. Mlas., Oct. S9. An tin
l.lenlldfd man mitercd tho Artffl.i State
banlt at Arteala. Mlaa., today, loroeil Caah.
ler ilcllweln Into the vault, eitturcd up
about 11,000 fn currency and eacnpJd.
DALLAS, Texa.a Oct. !9. Tho atate
reatnl lt caao today In tho Jrlal of Allen
Charlton, prominent attorney, charceil
with kllllna- Charlca Ilubank, well known
Pallaa builueaa man anil teatlmony by de.
fenao wltneaaee wae bciruti Immediately.
Bubenk wae ahot and klllnd III a down
town office on Juno II. Charlton antered
a plea of aelf-defenae.
WARIUNOION, Oct. 29. Inquiry Into
conditions In tro'and by the committee
of 100 on Ireland I. eipectcd to begin with
In two Yek. It wayatated today after a
preliminary meotlna' of the commute e
commlMlon of five, appointed to londuct
the propveed Inveatlg atlon.
ST, TAUU Minn.. Oct. J9. Threo un
maiked men held up the Shapiro Jewelry
alore In llin downtown aeetlon hero today
and eacnped with illamonda aaU lo be
worth 160,000. The robbera drove up In
an automobile, entered tho atore wltli
drawn platola, took two diamond traya
from u clerk and drovo away through
WABHINOTON .Oct. 19. Tha ahlp.
Pltiif board did not receive a untilo b.d
today tor the 7,100 ton deadweight ateam.
cr rJelina, aunk of fTainplco harbor In
May and now undereolnc repalra at ual.
110STOK, Oct. . Industrial liomea and
gardena arc In be one of (ho major clo
menta nf the many faetora that make for
aueoeaa In future taanufaoturlnir, In the
opinion ot the apodal committee which
aubmlttfd a report today to the AaaocUted
lnduatrtee ot Maseachuietta at t an.
MIAMI. Okla., Oct. The Miami
chamber of commerce yeaterday voted to
purchaaa a tract of 93 acrea near the city
for a permanent alte for Ihe Ottawa coun.
ty freo fair,
HOUSTON, Tea, Oct. J9. Tho report
of a platol led lo the dlacnvery thle morn.
Inif of tho body nf C. IT. I.oltman In the
bathroom ot hla home. Ha'wuj dead.
FAILED TO MAKE
tion Failure All Along
Line, Asserts Harding
EIGHT YEARS OF WASTE
Enormous Expense Piled Up
Before and After War; Em
' ploycs Increased
DOMESTIC ISSUES STRESSED
Senator Calls Attention to Ef
forts of Opponents to Di
vert Public Attention
CINCINNATI. Oct. 29 A day o
campaigning through his own state
was concluded by Senator Harding
tonight with an address In Cincin
nati's music hall .which drew atten
tion to .domestic Issues and charged
that the dornucrntlc party had sought
to cover up mistakes at homo by
omph.islzlng "speculative proposi
tions with referon,co to our foreign
Democratic slogans and promises
of four years anil, eight years ago,
wero brought back before tho vot
ers by tho republican nominee and
his enumeration of shortcomings laid
at tho door of the Wilson administra
Kxtravagance, waste, unproparrd
ncss for war and for peace, and a
bungling Industrial policy wero
among the "failures" which the can
didate declared had characterized
tho fight years of democratic r.ulo.
All of these, ho promised to remedy
under nu administration dedicated,
first ot all, to "putting our own
house In order." The candidate's
sjjoccit tho music hall followed a
series of local demonstrations. At
Dayton, tho homo town of Governor
Cox, no speech had been nrranged,
but during a short stop there tho
nominee and Mrs. Harding alighted
from their train and shook hands
with several scores of men and wo
men. A gospel of understanding that
"should Insure domestic tranquility
and honest politics," was preached
by Mr. Harding at Urhana. nnd when
someone In tho crowd passed up to
him a broom mado at an Prhunu
factory ho said he wa smueh pleased
at tho, gift, becnuso It syidbollzed a
"political house cleaning" to bo ac
complished on November 2.
In his speech In tho music hall,
tho senator gavo major attention to
domestlo questions, but ulso restated
hLsjxmltioii on tho leaguo and assert
ed that only by giving tho proper ex
co.NTiNUi;t) o. j-Aoi: ninij.
NAIL FILE LUCKY TO HIM
Saves 1,1 fo of Chicago Policeman,
Deflecting Hoblx-i's liullrt.
CHICAGO, Oct. 29. A null fllo
In his vest pocket saved tho life cf
Policeman P Leonard this afternoon
when It deflected i bullet flnul by
ono of threo robbers who held up
tho policeman and Jacob YnnowlU,
a bank messenger, and escaped with
$60,000 after shooting the messenger
Tho bandits, In a fast touring car.
halted the policeman and VanowlU
as they wero driving through a sub
way in tho southern part of tho
SOLDIERS TURN REPORTERS
Legion to Oct Out Artlmoro Paper
for n Day, Is Annotimvinent.
Uy Aaaoclaled I'reaa State Wire
ArtDMOItK, Okla., Oct. 29. Mem
bnrs of tho local post, American Le
gion, will publish tho November 7th
edition of Tho Dally Ardmorlte, hav
ing entlro charge ot tho editorial,
local nnd advertising columns with
Kmmltt T. Held, former newspaper
man as cdltorinchlcf ; Wllllnm
Krohn, managing editor. State Pom
mandor Harold 11. Tell nnd P. W.
Patterson, editors; P. A. Helsen .nwl
O. W. Devony, business managers.
Two railed, Five Hurt
In Frisco Derailment
JONKSPOHO, Ark., Oct. 29.
Two people were killed nnd flvo In
jured late tonight when Frisco train
No. 106 was derailed noar Homier
Tho cnglno was overturned. (The
dead wore tho engineer and tho road
foreman, according to reports reach
Wounds Kill Court Clerk.
MAIUANNA, Ark., Oct. 29. H.
Guy Apple, circuit court clerk of Leo
county. Arkansas, died this morning
from tho effects of pistol wounds In
flicted yesterday by J. A. Home,
father of Mr Apple's deputy, Miss
Ksthor Homo. Miss Homo wus
seriously wounded by hor father.
Homo Is being hold on a charge of
No Chance for Material Cut
In Living Cost Avers Expert
Foodstuffs, Fabrics and Clothing tome Down a Little, But
Fuel, Light, Housing and Sundries Continue to Soar;
Laws to Jurb Profiteering Urged as Heniedy
lly MILDltKD MOUMH.
I. N. H Staff Correniiondunt
WASHINGTON, Oct. 29. Thero
Is no hop" of .u radical or perma
nent reduction In tho costvof liv
ing, according to W. Jett Iauck,
consulting economist and recog
nized authority on prices.
An wholesale prUeH now stand,
he stated, they are approximately
13-1 per cent higher than they wero
before tho war.
"Thus far (ho reductions In
wholesale! prices havo had very
small effect upon tho necessary.
outlay of the nvorngo family,"
I,'iuck said. "Tho ultimate con
sumer, up to (his time, has found
relief only In a slight reduction In
food nnd .clothing. An applied lo
this total outlay for himself and
his family, this has amounted to
only approximately flvo per cont.
The cost of fuel, light, housing and
sundries continues to advancu,
"Hotall prices of foodstuffs, fab-
GREATEST G. 0. P.
Minimum of 3(& Electoral
Votes for Harding, Is
White Even Claims California
and Says Big Change Now
Is On in Kansas
lly OKOHOi: U. HOLMKP.
I. N. S. Staff Correspondent.
NEW YOKK. t)nt. 29. Republi
can confidence of success nt th"
polls next Tuesday reached so high
a tide today that Chairman Will
Hays declared Harding's election will
bo offectod by tho greatest popular
majority in history and that hN
electoral majority will exceed fven
tho unprecedented victory of Theo
dnro lloosevelt In 1904.
"Tho minimum number of certain
republican electoral votes Is 3(13.
There Is very much better thnn an
oven chanco for 24 more, mnklng the
almost certain republican clectornl
voto 392 with a probable addition of
Itoosevelt In 1904 received 331
votes In tho electoral college
Whlto Is Optimistic.
Oddly enough, whllo Hays wus
making his claims to unpnralloUd
victory, George White, the demo
cratic chairman was assuring callers
at democratic headqunrters that the
republicans nro demoralized from the
Canadian border to the gulf nnd
from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific.
"Tho general political rdtuntl.in nt
tho elnsn of tho last week of th
campaign." said White, "is full of
signs that point unmlstakubly to
"Cox nnd Itoosevelt will carry tho
border states of Maryland. West Vir
ginia, Kentucky, Missouri and Okla
homa In nddltlon to the southern
slates. They will also carry Ohio
"On tho Atlantic seaboard. In New
York, Massachuctts and Ithodo Is
land, dun to nn eloventh hour shift,
tho situation Is Improving evnrv
minute, and wo nro certain we will
carry New Jersey. Connecticut unil
Republican and democratic claims
as voiced by Ilnys and Wntto aro In
Chilli's California Democratic.
White's confidence of victory wns
so manifest today that lie named the
slateB of the West whli:h tho di'ino-i;-als
expect to curr. Those Includ
ed even California, which most po
litical forecasters hnvo conceded to
tho republicans, nn the national tick
et nt lnURt.
"In the west." declared White, "re
ports from MonU.ia. Colorado, Ail
zon.i. Itlahr,, New Mexico, Washing
ton, Nevada, South Dakota and rtn.li
are thavthey aro certainly demo
cratic and we believe wo will carry
California. Nebraska and North Da
Uwta. In Minnesota, Oregon and
Wlsconnln, our prospects are hourly
improving nnd a groat swing- Is on
toward us In Kansas, Illinois and
even In Iowa "
,, TIM.8A, Oft. 29. Maximum 11; mini
mum 36. aoulh wlnda, elear
OKLAHOMA .Saturday Increasing cloud
tneaa, warmer In eaat portion, Sunday
probably rain, colder.
ANKANSAS Saturday fair, warmer;
Sunday unaettled, warmer In eaat portion,
colder at night In northweat portion.
KANSAS Increasing ituiidlneaa Salur
lay, folio f. I by lain at nlcht or Sun
day; much colder Sunday.
City Club, Hotel Tulaa, 12.lt,
lies and clothing havo not ns yet
fully leapondcd to tho lerent frail
In wholesale prices nnd soino
further ledurllons may be expert,
ed, but there Is no ground for the
hope nf an early or radical reduc
tion lu the cost of living or any
very great ilerllim In total! pilecs
because of the tendencies which
nre not operative.
"Under existing conditions of
production, ciedlt nnd distribution
the tendency Is to hp down on thu
farm, on one hand, nnd, on tho
other, to exploit the consumer.
"Action and organization nro
needed to enable tho fnrmeis prop
erly to market their products ntpl
to safeguard tho public against
arbitrary prices and profiteering.
"Tho consumer must secure tho
enactment of laws to prevent prof
iteering, price manipulation nnd
tho use of credit In the speculation
for the necessaries of life "
2 SHIPS COLLIDE,
ONE GOES DOWN
Concrete Steamer, Cape
Fear, Sinks in Narra
19 OF CREW MISSING
Ill-Fnted Vessel Disappears in
Three Minutes After Crash
in 12G Fathoms
NJCWPOUT, It. I.. Oct. 29. The
concrete steamer Capo Fear, a
I'nlted States shipping board vessel,
was sunk In tho deepest part of Nar
ragnnsett hay tonight, In a collision
with tho Kavniinnh lino passenger
steamer City ot Atlanta. At n lat"
hour 19 of tho crew of 31 ot tho
sunken vessel were unaccounted for.
The Cape Knar (sunk In three
rnlnutei, about half was between
Cast In Hill, on tho cewpntt shore,
anil IIomi Island, going down how
first In 125 fathoms.
The Capo Fear was outward bound
from Providence for Norfolk, In bal
last) and carried only her crew, as
did tho City of Atlanta which was
bound from H.wannan for Provi
dence with a cargo of pig Iron. Just
how tho accident happened was not
definitely determined tonight.' Tho
weuther wan clear and n light sea
Tho City ot Atlanta's bow wns
badly damaged, tho result ot hitting
the Capo Fear amidships, but al
though thoro was a seven-foot hole
above tho main deck, tho bulkheads
held nnd film anchored In tho bay.
Of the in men saved from tno
Fear, flvo slid down lines to the City
of Atlanta and tho others were
picked up from tho water by ropes
or by boats which wero lowered for
Captain Garfield of tho City of At
Innta said ho picked up tho lights of
the Capo Fear and Mgnallod with one
whistle, which was answered. Ho
was bearing steadily to port, he mild,
with plenty of, olenranco room, when
suddcnl tho Capo Fear swung across
his bow. He blew his whistles as a
signal for the steamer to pass on
the other side and ordered fyll
speed astern, but could not uvi
The City of Atlanta struck square
ly with her bow. tho blow cutting a
deep hole In tho Cape Fear and shat
tering the concrete. Lines were Im
mediately thrown unnaru uui mo
stenmer sank so quickly that tho
majority of tho crow had to dive,
More on Congress
Races Than Rivals
CHICAGO, Oct. 29. The demo
cratic party has spent more. In
Its efforts to elect senators and
represetnatlves In congress than
has the republican party duriig
tho present campaign, according
to reports filed today with the
senate commute" appointed to In
vestigate campaign expenditures.
The democrats, according to tho
report of Congressman Frank
Doremus, of Michigan, havo spent
,826,3(5.09 through tho party s
cnngfeBslonal and senatorial com
mittee. Receipts for tho two com
mutes aro given ns J 878,831. '.M.
Tho republican senatorial com
mlt(ro has expended ,117,500 and
thu oongresslonn! committee $(H8.
453.8), a total of JC1C025 (1.
I funeral directors. 20 fl. Ilouldtr. Phones
I O, UU. O. HOD, Ambulance strvke. Advt.
Scores of Blocks Under
Water as River Rises
at Oklahoma City
ONLY 1 LEVY HOLDING
All Others Hroken; Section of
Frisco Main Line Washed
Out by Floodwater
BIG CITY PARK INUNDATED
Hasty Work Saves Aniinhls
of Zoo; Crest of Flow Due
OKLAHOMA CITY, Off- 30.
(Kaliirdii)'), After tlm rls In tho
North OiiiihIIiiil river hatl slack
ened for hours, llio flood Ix-gim to
ho moil! nollceiihlu ut nn curly
hour this morning. Water miin Hi
fitt deep In Minus parts of
Wlu-i'lcr park, flooded today when
u lot co In okc.
lly Aaanclaled I'reaa Hlala Wire.
OKLAHOMA CUT. Oct. 20.
Hundreds of persons were homeless
tonight and scoum of, city lilocko ami
many acies of I and In thu low sec
tion of the oily were covured by
fleodwateis of the still rising 'North
Canadian river. All tho,loveea but
iii I. ii vi, i'Ivum wnv lietoru tho rlsllln
water, ullhough tho breakii lu many
enses nro small. A small break lu thv
remaining leveo wiik plugged oi
fcrllvely today by city employees,
who doubtod that It would withstand
tho forco of water much longer.
Slryet car traffic wan hampered
by the Inundated thoroighfares neir
ihe river und vehicles were detour'd
arouml tho flooded secllonby traffic
A section of tlin lVlsro muln lint
(tuck in nklahoifm. City was washed
nit bite this afternoon.
Ilotirxliohl Article l imit.
Thoroughfares near tho river nre
liiundateo ami In if J mo places the
water Is deop ennugti to iioni House
hold in tides, left by their owmrs
who fltd to hh'her ground.
The Fiihco main line leads to
'.jimiiah. Texas -.Deloiirllig trains
will inulto pofslb'o lonllnuanco "f
trull lo, offUlala ot tho
The breaking of n leveo at
Wheeler park this 'iftcrnooii flonded
virtually .til of tho park. City oiu-
I lr,v..,w tinil wnrkeil fill' 3R tlOUrS ill
an effort to save tho leveo nn 1 pre
vent dtimngo to tho parli. nearly an
tho animals in the park zoo weto to
moved and In Home enses high plat
r,,n,ii won, Inillt In the cages of
larger animals to protect them from
Hie flood. Pgllco tonight wero un
ublo to confirm a report that a, 7-
year-ild boy hud neon cirowiieu; in
Civet of Howl Saturday.
It Is expelled tho crest of the
f.ood will rcuch tho city tomorrow
aftcrnojju. Oklahoma CHy tm.-'tth.
llliuie nil pnssu io iri-i.iiinniiin
in event large property diilimge. lb
flood tage early tonight was 13 feei
3 m Ins I' H is predicted the fpiod
ul lie. Ii ini.rlYlU' mill nlii4T would In
A bunk occurrm'. In the b( It gas
line ot the OKI'thomi Gus and Flee
trie comnany temporarily r during
to about one-hulf tho cltj'b supply.
At noon, IndvMrlal consumer be
tween Oklahoma City mid Cement
weie cot off and tho supply hem hiis
bona.'cd to normal.
National guard tents from .In
Hale armory will bo available for use
of Hood suffereis If tilli wulel
en ii h, i any large number of persons
lo be made hoineleas, Governor Rob
inson Mild In reviewing tho flooo
condition. In Oklahoma City lod.i.
SEES FATHER KILL MOTHER
Tctas Mini Uliiys Wife lu Presenoo of
Daughter, Wounds Self.
HOUSTON, Texim, Oct. 'J3. Karl
T. Noble, formerly deputy tax col
lector of Hiirrls county, this rnorn-
Ul,,,) ,1,1,1 blllinl lilu 11' If I- I'll.'l
i Noblo and then probably fatally
wounded nimseir. i no snooting iook
place at the Noblo residence, In the
presence of tho 11-year old daughter
of the counle, their only child,
Noble, In a statement nt the hos
pital, admitted the shooting, saying
thut before firing tho shot; which
ended his wife's llfo ho nsked her to
forgive him for what ho Infendud
Kugnr Pmfltivr lo Pen.
HAY CITY. Mich., Ocl. 29. Con
viitrtl in reuerni court hero on
charges of profiteering In augur and
dealing In It without u license, Luth
er Klllson of Joneshoro, Ark., was
sentenced toilnv to two years at Fort
j lAiavonworth and fined $5,000.
Some On This
Ark Missed Out
On Noah's Raft
NF.W YORK. Oct. 29. V mod
ern Noah's ink docked hero to
day wliou tho Australian and
1'nlled Htntes line steamer Hello
lliirklo arrived with 4.000 speci
mens of animals, blids and tcp
(lies, recruited for thu llronx wo
during tho last two years by Dr.
Lilts Stanley Josephs In tho cen
tral and mil thorn parts of Aus
tralia. The shipment comprised
startling nnliim! forms and fuces,
vividly coloied wings and crests,
and cililoun poisonous reptiles,
A ko.ilu, a loly-poly ni'lnfill ot
gtey fur that looks like a teddy
bear, the first to ho brought (o
this country, was onu of tho
prize siieclmeiiH, Dr, Josephs
said It eats only tho IcnvcM of tho
eucalyptus tree, and nearly a ton
of these leaves wero brought
ailing from Auti.lla.
Tho leal hollo ot tho party,
however, was u spotty femalo
dnnnarun, another Antipodean
novelty. Mho carried nlnu young
In her pouch.
GETS 27 YEARS
Ruth Crueger'8 Slayer Ib
Convicted on 4 Counts
by Italian Jury
ROLOGNA. Italy, Oct 20. Alfred
Cocchl. trial hero for tho murder
of Ruth Crtieger In Now York city In
February, Hi 17, was today found
guilty on four charges. Cocchl was
icnteiiced to 27 yearn Imprisonment
The pfoaeoiitlon aaked Cncchl'e ronvle
t un for murder la the flrat deiree, at
tempted criminal aaaaull, fatalfylna paia.
poiia and false enrollment In the military
Ituth Cruei'er, an 18-year-nld stu
dent at Wadllgh High school, New
York city, disappeared In Fcbruaiy
1917, nfler a visit lo Cocohl'H bi
cycle flinp to have her skates ehnrp.
oneil. Nearly six months later the
floor of (ho cellar Jn Coeolll's shop
was dug up and her body tvnk
biotighl to Unlit. Cocohl fled to
At his flint trial In Juno 1919,
.'oichl ilcrlutcd his Wlfo hud com
nillifil tho mui'itcr npd trial was In
lertiipcil to determine tho truth or
(Vlaliy of his charge, Mis Cocchl,
however, was completely flxnneriitod,
Tho recond trlnl kfegrn Monday
last. Cocchl's counsel, wlille admit
ting tho guilt of his client, declared
ho was crnzid at tho time tho rdurdct
was eominltUd by doniusllo troubles
MAKING 1921 TAGS AT PEN
RIB Bupply for Vso During IU-st of
This Year on liitnil.
lly Aasoelated l'resa Hlale Wire.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct, 29. Tho
iiutniuohllu tag lnetory at tho state
penitentiary huH now begun inailU
fucturo of tugs for 1121 and an ade
quate supply ot tho licenses for ue
dining tho remainder of tho current
year nru on hand at tho stuto high
way department. J. T. TfiolTipsnn,
i hlef I'l.-ik, announced hero to
day. shipments of tho 1921 licenses
will begin on November 1. Mr.
Thompson declared and that bcforo
the first ot tho your more than Z50,
000 pairs of tho tags will ho stored
in the rapltol building.
BUSINESS MAN TO PRISON
II. I'. King of Ilartlcstlllc Violates
Parole ami Returns o Pen,
lly Associated I'reaa Slate Wire.
II MITLKSVILLK, Okla., Oct. 'M
- I!. 13. King, a woll known busi
ness man here, was returned to th;
Kaunas stale penitentiary lust night
to serve not a two-year balance of
his fivo-yeur sentence for highway
King was snld to have violated the
terms ot hl.i parole rind J. K. Cod
ding, warden ot tho penitentiary, up
on Investigation found the charges
to ho true.
Codding said King was ono of tho
heat prisoners in tho Instltutnii and
stated that he would placo him on
tno "trusty- list as soon as he re
203 Miles Through Air
In An Hour, 35 Minutes
HALT LA KM CITY, Utah, Ocl. S!.
Averlng 135 miles an hour, John
Hhnrpnnck, ulr mnll pilot, yesterday
afternoon mado a record flight from
Hlko, Nevada, to Halt Lake City
with mull, according to nnnnuncn
merit hero today. Hhnrpnack left
Klko at 2 37 p. m. nnd nrrlved hero
at 4 12 p, m, the. dlstanco being
203 mllcu airline.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
MEN WITH PRICE
ON HEADS TAKEN
Slaughter, Fulton Greene-
and Another Nabbed by,
Kansas Officers ,
Lcifdcr Confesses Hold-ups In
Lffort to Escape Hoturn
to Arkansas for Murder
WANTED FOR MANY CHIMES
Two Oklahoma Bank Raidti
und Three in Texas Charged n
to Band Now in Toils ,
WICHITA, Kan., Oct. 28. Throo
alleged hank robbers. Slid fn hn
wanted for threo robberies In Texas,
two In Oklahoma and two In Ar
kansas and tho murder of n. di.nlilv
sheriff in Hot Hprlngs, Ark., wero
captured lit nnd near Sedan, Kan.,
today by offlcem nnd a posso, ac
cordliiK to word received hero to
night from Hhorlff J. F. rowers of
Two of tho mun. Tom Slaughter
and Fulton Ore.eno, nro charged with
mo muriior or uoputy Sheriff Row
Ilrown of Garland county, Arkansas,
Oc(obnr 10, 1920. A reward of S.OOO
wns offered for their arrest by (ho
lluslnoss Mcn'o league ot Hot
Thcso (wo, with Frank llcniv
yenM, are clmrgod wUh a oerlcs df
bonk robberies, among (hem brtrlfj
(wo nt Alluwnb and Frederick, Okla.
McGlvvens was caught on the
streets of Redan by Under Sheriff
A. Y. Ruckles, George Oossago nnd
Harry Rroslucs. Tho other two wore
enptured at Cedarvalo by Deputy
Sheriff John Hlnes nnd a posso .
Slaughter confessed (he Oklahoma
rohborles, according to tho authori
ties und offered to return here, lo
escape return (o Arkansas.
iLAirUllTKIl TIIIKD TO
PULL GUN ON OFFICER.
Special to The World.
SUDAN, Knns,, Oct. 29, Acord-
Ing to A. Y, Ruckles, lindcrsherlff.
Tom Slaughter And Fulton Greene,
lf confessed robbers of several
banks In .Oklahoma arid other ntatcs
nnd nlso wanted In Hot Springs,
Ark., for tho killing ut a denUty
sheriff thero will ho turned over to
thu sheriff at Hot springs, who has
been notified of their urrcst. Thu
two robbers confosod and asked (0
ho brought to Oklahoma Instead of
Slaughter was arrewtod on tho
street horn yesterday afternoon by
HiioKlcs, und Orneno and Frahk Mc
Glvvens wero cuught lator at Ceder-
viiio ny a posse. Tho capture of tho
mon wu tho ond of a chase which
began three weoka ago when Slaugh
ter and Oroon hold up the bunk at
Alluwo, Oklahoma, and cscupod
with novorul hundred dollara.
Miaugnter mucin an nttomnt tn mill
Ills gun when accosted but two mnn
who wore with Ruckles "covered"
tho outlaw beforo ho could draw his
gun from the holster,
Slaughter has confcsHCl tn hank
robberies at Memphis, Tonn.. Dallus.
Texas, Frederick, Okla,. Glasgow,
ivy., and rnhbercs In Loulsnna, no
-ordliig to tho sheriff. Although he
did not directly Impllrato Clreono,
Slaughter admitted that they had
boon "partners" for several months.
McGlvvens It Is believed by tho
iherlff Is a new hand at the gamo.
ii is inougnt nrobab v thut hn hnil
Just been picked up by Slaughter and
'Ireenn and had not as yot helped In
the robbing of any banks'.
niaiigntor nnd Oreeno hnd been
men Just two days bcforo their can.
uro and the fact of tholr being
ii'parated leadB officers horn tn hn.
lievo that they were preparing for
another robbery. Two weeks ago
kno iwij outlaws spent tho night at
":edcrvlllu and during their stay
nero expended about $600 for cro
jerles and clothing.
The Bherlff at Hot Hnrlntrs Is ei.
pucted to arrlvo hero Saturday.
...Vi!!1.'!" i:,lwy Not Nnmiil.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 29. Tho
nnmo of senator Roland! nieel mi
Italian ambassador to th tTnitci
Slates, to succeed Huron Aveazuii
tins not been oresented to the statu
hlopartmcnt, It was stated today of-
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