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Till: TULBA DAILY WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1015
TUB B B UNITED STATES IS AT WARIN THEORY Etuuu l-'lcrt Is Approach ing Entrance of the ( 'hesapoake Bay. TO STRIKE AT CAPITAL Admiral Fletcher, in Com mand !' Atlantic Fleet, I tofeuds ( Jouul ry, w vsillNOTONj Oct 5, Theoretic alt) the United States Is "i war lo night, By some route unknown to Admiral P'.etcher, commanding the defending naval forces, a great enemy tied Is approaching the entrance t Chesapeake buy with t ho purpose oi establishing ii base, which .f effected, v 1 1 1 i open the way Mr an attack on iiir national capital, Admiral Fletcher is unaware of Ihe , in in j 's objective, and knows miiy ih. H It Is operating somewhere off tn Atlantic coats between Maim- and Florida. The vessels of the defend Inn fou r, which includes most of the liatileshipa of the Atlantic fleet, are stripped for action, Little will lr known to the public no. mi tin' win' game until it is nil over, tin days hence. A riKid censorship tut- been enforced by the navj depart- l Ixploslon on Destroyer, report reached the department today telling of an explosion aboard the destroyer Cuihmings, one of tho "enemy" ships, but officials would no: give out tho news, explaining th'i 1 1 1 1' I' i u.it ii hi ahonl a disable, 1 vessel could not be allowed to reach the do fenders, Iteaf Admiral Benson, "hief of op erations. In accordance with plain worked out i.v the naval war college at Newport, R, I., has notified the nuvj yards along the Atlantic coast to i" prepared to repair immediately any .-hips putting back into port dle HblcC in theory many merchant vessels have been commandeered and are lying in port, awaiting call from the wurshlps that have depleted their .-lores to put to sea and replenish l hem. All along the coast "mine fields" have been laid and submarines are lying In wait for the approaching enemy ships, in case they evade the floct. Not a branch of the service, v.iih the exception of the aeroplane corps, has been overlooked by navv department officials in preparing to meel the attai k, Vt lacking Part) Strong, Sec Admiral Mayo, commanding the attackers, has been given a force theoretically superior in u'rength to I lint of Admiral Fletcher. A t lin e-day conference Of officers to stud the results will be held at Newport when the name la over, Plans for another war game next Spring already ale being prepat , d. it is understood these contemplate muneuvers extending from the north ill! cast ,,f Maine to the Panama I anal. aiiuli-i an vii Draw. DALLAS, Texas. Oct. B, Bobby Waugh of Port Worth and Charley Lucca of Chicago tonight fought a ten-round draw at a local sportsmen's club. The fighting lacked spirit, Will l Kilhitll'T KAYKM I l .lid's III I . sl l KI 1 I It K .lOINs IN l' IHKl BOW LINO QUEEN, Mo., Oot C. For the second time. Mis. w B, Hawkins, wife of the sher iff of I'ike COUnty, sine, I die 111, of Harrison ttose, a negro pris oner charged with murder, b) parleying with a mob which had Invaded the pike county Jail at i o'clock this morning while the sheriff formed a posse of citi zens The posse of fiftj armed men, among whom were Speaker ( 'hump Clark and Ins sou Bell nett, arrived at the jail a few minutes aflei the mob had fled. PROWLER SHOT IN LEG BY PATROLMAN Ii I Ml I I! Mil IT I'lii i I I KIM.s I le ' Who Maim Swindled Seek li io Have III It. I O, 111 . II CI'. Wliiie Wins in I'lr-l Hound. BOSTON, Oct, B, Matt) Baldwin of this city. New England light weight champion, was knocked out to night m the firsi round "fa in-round match by Charle) White, of Chicago, It was the first knock. .at ever -cored against Baldwin, "Kid" William- Win B I.TI.H IRE, ( let. B. "Kul Wil liams. li.iiitumwciKht champion, out - I pointed "Dutch" Brandt of Brook lyn In a ten-round bout lu re tonight, Brandt displayed remarkable staying ! powers, fighting back continuously, I though a hall of hard Plows I., ml, ,1 on I his body iu nearly even round. Charles Roberts Painfully Though Not Seriously Wounded. IN HIS BARE FEET I n ited Shol da Felling Of fieer b Blow in the Knee. LITTLE! n sldanta of allege tho Barnhnrdt, si r Ing ft e penitent iar . in federal i lo have Their t. HOCK, i Una ha, Nl bl Here swindled illas ti go years in th Thirty ska, who by .1. w. dlel, llow w lacon in Bamhui claluiN hai started pi lilt lit Helena. ii declan a UK regal uceedlngs trknnsu . bankrupt. 137,000 01 Hat iihai ilt 111 NAVAL ADVISERS TO START INSPECTION Tin Sllll as A. Et l ) i r Papers were served Mllwuukei yesterday. An attorne) of Porrcst City, Arkan sas, who in representing .he plain tiffs, said the) are seeking to recover a farm neui Marinnna, Arkansas, val ued at 120,000, which Burnhardt d I, il lo Ills nil II. -..It Ion w ill I a,' lege i ii i i i larnhs rdi pui chased t Jtn i fill III Willi pi, .. eeds of hi.- I llcucil tlou-wide swindling operations aid Mis Bernhardt Is in Mem preparing to fight the proceedings llll Lisoii Wil l-'iisi M. Experts. WILL MEET WILSON i.a phis DETECTIVE'S WIFE CAUGHT A PROWi ER Covered Him With volver ami Awaited the Poliee. Mrs. Lawrence W. Bewley, wl ' Clt) Detective Bewley, i North win'. Ing, proved last night thai she was not entirely without knowledge of handling prowlers when sin mi els one al the front door of lur home Plashing a revolver in his fan she made him no in ami Bl! down. Still covering him with the weapon, slit telephoned the police and then turn, d over her prisoner. Al the station the man gave his name :is Conrad Jacks and his luuiie us Birmingham. Ala. Earlier in the evening Mrs. Bewley was attracted by someone whistling in the house. She procured a ami later when the prowler t he door and began to trj the BWUng il open and i ovcrcd front o revolvei came to lock sh him. I The man was entlrel) taken bach by the suddenness of the action and started to Lack off, hut Mrs. Uewley il. maiiueii inai lie initiw ui mn n.iuii:- and nunc Into tin housi At the point of the weapon Bhe forcod hltn to sit down mid then calmly ca'.led the station and inked that officers be sent. Motorcycle Policemen .1. C, Uncle-sand 1,. F. Robinson responded to the eali ami when they arrived al the house were very nun li surprised at he scene. Mis. Bewle) sal quietly in a rocking chair facing tha prowler and leveling a revolver at him whlh her prisom-r writhed in his chair, Recently there have been several Instances of prowling and entering houses iii this dUtrlol and Mis. Bewley was quick to take in the altua tion when she heard the whistling in front of the house. Officers Hughes and Robinson de clared thill .Mrs Hew ley was ver) calm and had displayed unusual nerve in holding the prisoner until in could he locked up, i lharles Roberts, well know n to (he police, while in his hare feet and prowling around houses in the vi cinity of South Cheyenne and Ninth '.-tieeis ai B:4li o'clock lust night, was arrested b) Joe Del Peccaro and T. 1 Powell, plain clothes patrolmen, Leav Ing Ho- prisoner in charge of Powell, ! i i.-i i:, . earn sought Hie nearest d le. phone to notify police headquarters. Ourlng Hie interval Roberts knocked iPowell down with a blow of his lis', then ran Powell shot him In the I left ten below ihe knee, Inflicting it I painful though not serious wound, Following nodical treatment at the police station Hole rts was locked up. Roberts is well known to the po lice, who have mi divers occasions arrested him in connection with petty crimes, when first seen last night he WUS on the lawn of a resilience on Ninth street hit ween Boulder and Cheyenne. Watching him fi-.uu dark ness, the patrolci n saw him look through -.vital windows and then go around tin- building. ! Overtaking the fellow, he was f. iiiid to he without shoes hose and ins explanation of his singular con duct was not satisfnetor) to tin- de tectives, who assured him ho was under ai res', Del He. can. then left the prisoner with Powell to lelephone for the wagon. shot iii Leg. "If von want me you'll have to shoot," said Roberts to Powell, at the -ami time turning suddenly and I striking ti fflcer in the fine, knocking him t" the ground, then running loward Main street. Powell was on his feel instantly and pur Sued Ho' fleeing man, shouting re Ipeatcdl) for him to stop. Roberta .kept on running and when appar ently abOUl to elude Hie officer was brought down by a shot In the leg, The police during the past wee , have been repeated!) notified lij resi dents of ih.- south section of the L'it) that strange men have lain seen prowling mi tin- premises, hut all efforts lo apprehend these per sons, until last night, were unavailing. Roberts, the police now think, has been responsible for much of this ex citement, although the reason for his Singular Conduct has not been ex plained, as no burglaries hav reported, I'oll.-e file inclined to l.clil'M erts is mental!) deranged. German Airships in Sofia, ATHENS, Monday, Oct, 4. (1 p, in i Via Paris, o. t. ".; .": It p. m.) -crown Prince George and Prince Nicholas and tin members of the Greek general staff are hurriedly ar ranglng to have lor Salontkl. Telegrams from diplomatic sources report Ihe arrival in Sofia of a large number of German aviators and Her man officers. I Prohleni Subniariti tn i;.' if Gasoline Aiisl 'niisii ricil lin I lion dm1 out in i 'i i.Mi i, ita:')', Oct i i Vis Tal is. Ion. the voilns American, expressed a wish that in-- trial for wife murder proceed without further delay. Ins at i tome) 1 1 quest ed today In oi ih r i hat i ' a ut loll Damn I'- and j no no in a I., t i- iiiii 1. gi tolicr l an Adjournment i Mrs Fharl BE PREPARED FUR ALL EVENTIieLITIES 'aiiain.'i Millisti nl' American r N;i , i !((' nil ttepmmcfl I' X W AKlf IN Thomas A, j naval ad i Washington the first no ! morrow in I j The majorlt) i members ha that the) brief session I 11' W illie I loll.se lo be ! President Wilson. Tin board tin- president la i ' flow.-r for I In- trip to III iuu grounds ul Indlanhe i in- laborutorli s ami sec ti the naval gun factor) Ordnani ever) respeel it not hiii IG-lnch guns mounted n battleships 1 1 ITi IN lOdison, chulrman oiy board, arrlvi tontghl 1 1 i.i . - i.i lectins of the board to-S.-ei clary Daniels' office of ihe oilier tWent) two i e Infoi il I in- ih pal l - Miuiii attend Aftei a t he in. in hers will i i i u i hi I. it will then v a. in Ma) naval pro - I..I tin 1 1 WASHINGTON, Oct Moreles, tin- minister fn speaking here toda) at . mi iio- national defer e, dm led undi i : in ausplci .- leugue, t lie N'Mtlons i Rifle an. i the Council of National declared all tin- American l were watching I in- pi i United stales because, depends the defense doctrine. Tin dec! Ftilted Stale.- that I III pal In- dm . -aid, f the Vmerli II I 'alia Ilia . con fereuci I lefense, epublU'H II poll pelli .lit lis presi i' in i Hi tlnent cannot in tion or foreign faces I Ilia aleiiil oppose Ihc obi onquest, hi id Mr, Mm t of , oloiua -lid. now Wl les, "that inquishea A lllel 111 been Rob- nntlnent d British and Ih arlbbenn sll u nion, ist in tin which lor the d look In- u in nn . i alands In Hie I w ould ; Bnglund and Fi during this war fale of lion colon Win the American dlffi i enl upon i he many of Kronen ai of British Hondun face of in, present lie WIS,. HOI Iii pel of the Bee u I' it) in livi d. Pui to create the continent and the harmonious de velopment oi ih,. American nation) an organisation which in Itself can com mand I'cspecl." Five Piisoners Cut Out of Wagoner Jail, Using a Pocket Knife Il llol '-llplTII )u 1 1 Much il lo He Done. By increasing the length ol the 14-Inch mins some Increasi in range, a decided decrease in wear on the nun, and Increased hitting powei ha: been obtained. H is because ol the development of this weapon thai the department has as yd made no use ol I he Ilea Id 1 li - Inch Mile pel f( elcil b) Its engineers many m The tlrsl problem to be for conslderat i f tin en Ulan hoard when II settles down to work will he thai ni developing satlsfae tory gasoline or oil engines tor aeroplanes ami submarines. The problem of defense annus; torpedo attack probably ranks sec ond in importance, Mm h Is said t" have been accomplished along this line hv Hear Admiral David ToylOl chief constructor of the nav) his aides, and new battleship. I eluding numbers 41 ami 1 1. bids ' which havo be n advert laed, ill given special hull construction sinlleil months within in iii' ilu last eight i this danger ,r tnd I de- ' ten BIDS FOR TWO BIG SUBMARINES 1 - MySIJ - ,;; I Our Great Showing Of I Young Men's iFall Suits HI A initio limit 'h ec is kveulj nlcit to god I y stylp, llcticc when the young men l Tulsa put s tt lo Mioii' siuiiii of approval on the fall styles wo 9 9 B nre showing, we liuve occasion ti feel highly B ii gratified. i IIo i- their up -7 F uppro al manifested . (-'- tj, ( niiic i low ii here i n j j i line of i In- tluj and a 91 see the murked aeti A zj (j ll iu IUII I'lllllllll" sec I J j i iuu, Tin- proof iii tho ' ' . , ti 9 puddiug, ) on knov . i i u at tl ating. . ' bleW I Nor need you fool - J x I i hat j inir iurse has to II R I possesH '" or more he n ! fore you can possess V Aj j one ul' niir luiiidsomo j full Kllits, Il s ai - disputed fact thai wo i ; HCll I he finest . lot lies I I r produced iii the highei 91 prices, Bui c nre an jj j M iciilv in prove in you I i ii.tt we show tho fin ; list elol hes show n in Tulsa ai ihe moderate J ii ices of t t' . t $15, $18 & $20 w --- I ' tj i ms o-jsnrmnncTr ,i " " '- ' SuMtiiiuirrniiiiuiiii'Nl X,;n:i ; . : : : . : i : . ; : V SOON Plan to Transport Okln lllusioii tense of h KubmcrslblCH Will n He l. aim in Ilu- Win Id: I hi I Knoilgli lo, 10.000 Mile-. MEXICANS FIRE ON Proves Dismal Failure RQ TRAINS lioma Negroes to Africa If Coffee Came In Capsules .is its ilfiij, caffeine, is frequently sold, coffee drinkers would wake up to the fact thai coffee is mil ii food hut a drug. Yd in spite of the warnings of reputable physi cians, many persons fail to realize the harmful effects of caffeine, toffee's subtle, habit-forming drug. Taken regularly this coffee drug the frequenl cause of nervousness, heart-flutter, headache and other ail ments sooner or later gets its hold. I k coffee in the face read what physicians and health experts say: (Names on application1. "Coffee is a dope and narcotic almost equal to opium. Slowly but surely it nets con trol of its victim and holds him in its grasp a pitiful, helpless victim." "Coffee is a drug. Those addieled to its use are drug addicts." "Sonic people get the craving for alcohol by first taking tea or coffee." "They (the tea ami coffee drugs: are Qomparable to opium in that they induce a habil and should he avoided." Right now, Mr. Coffee Drinker, is the time to find out whether or not coffee has a hold on you. It's simple and easv quit coffee ten days and use P0STUM the pure food-drink Made of wheat and a bit of wholesome mobjuwea, Postum hits a delicious coffee-like flavour, yet contains no drug or other harmful clement. "There's a Reason" for POSTUM Sold hy Grocers everywhere. AOONK men eir, oti d lilht and lo I scouring the Among t Iiom Allen ol Ci I the I la usai 1 rent the V a yeai ayo county iaii the only r quadrangle woman. Aihen Beck pending an ai M i ikla . Oct. f. - Five a Jail ilcln erj here last lay the Sheriffs force la country in their wake. ie who escapt d w as A. Q. weta, the photographer In social unrest case which tgoner county town nearly ami landed Allen ill the ri conl I) on complaint of 'ill husband in that fatal of l In i i no ii and one of flVl five. Til"' Frank liquor burgln The Use ill i,e White 1 1 lion man veals in pliSOn, was oiu held mtence of Ihe other escaping prisoners were Joseph, charged with Illicit dealing; win Jones, negro '. ami I i.i n illiains, a iicki i WA8HINQTON, Oct, E. Midi for tin two iuu seagoing submarine nu il set) bv the last conuress will I"' j culled for tu-xi month in tin- navj de partment. The speclflcutiona will pro vide for steam turbines to develop a ! mii i. o e apei .1 of Idiots an hour. Navj officials have no hope that oil or gasoline engines capable ol fur nishing the necessary one thousand ! horse power can be obtained at i he present stage of development of in i . i nal combust Ion engines. The new vessels will be several hun dred tons larger than the Schley, now building, which will register one thou- sand tons dlspluct un lit Bui rued or twice tin- tonnage of any submarine now iu commit slon. The seagoing submarines will be a part of the fleet and accompany the battleships on all cruises, For thai I reason they will have a fuel capacity sufficient to carry them ten thousand ; miles or more. WOULD PROSECUTE FOR MISUSING MAILS m:v nrrlvul lu re Norseman fi teen Amerli What was I III Itlsti chaptei rtlC, Oct 5. with Hie tonight of the steamer mn Mverpool with elgh ans on hoard, forming ift oi ihe steamer Liberia, wax written into tion s i lharles A frlcan : fn heme Sam. tribe. In ailed aid lo hi to transpt n w of the a dramatic a oolonlsa by Alfred chief of an it negroes ma to the llt lire ui'eate in 'I n in Kill Americans targe d' Supplies For Starving, HERE GRINGO, YOU ill! nl weapon and Implement of ffecting the Jall-break was a case Knife With the knife the men and the two negroes cut their way through an iron-barred corridor to tin e lllng and through to the room. FRENCH NOT ELATED OVER WESTERN GAINS NEW V' porting io iio- Cotton del v of 1 1 of a letter Joseph M, Brown wiui Georgia, Indorsing th I let. .'. how that tie Growers Co. rgla used fa a una i cut lv Iii ICO pur iltors of iperatlve so- simile eopli s written bj goi crnor of si'heiues for LILLE, Prance, Oct com nr. via London, Oct. in I In view of tin- In preparations, the amount of tion used ami the number I i By 7 : 1 r. p. in- ndous troops employed in the ureal attack along ' a front of less than twenty mlUM from La Basse tu a point south f Arras, the Anglo-French gains nre not considered to hav been im- port ant. The most important British cm I was to the south of La Basses canal j In nn easterly and southeasterly di rection, where the (JerinaiiM were i thrown hark from 'wo-thirdu of a mile to nearly two miles along a : front between a mile ami a half to tWO miles nnd a half in extent. This was the main British attack and Is declared to have been carried out by five divisions against four Infantry regiments and one battalion I of .sharpshooters. combining the cotton farmers of the south ami finding a staple market for their products, was Introduced at the hearing bttfore a United Htatei com missioner here today. The govern ment seeks to have Philip C. Wads worth, formerlj of Texas City, Texas. promoter of the society, removed to , Atlanta, Qa., to bo tried on a charge of usine tin- mails to defraud H. r. Btlllwell, .secretary of the so ciety, took the Stand today for the de fense and Identified a copy of the ! Brown letter, i also Identified similar letters purporting to have heen written by other slate officials Of Georgia. j The hearing will in continued to I morrow. SURVIVOR OF TITANIC TO MARRY EXPLORER Texas and Oklati WCSt coast of Africa. Tin l,v tl,,. Rrilisli -nil In. iili, s of the eol- ..... 11 . onisation Bnip ana ine Buosequeni , ;t 11,1 1 1.1M chasing ol the crew by a German I submarine were among the adven- Plans I tuns of the Liberia's sailors. The project as described by Sam it 1 1(1 was to enable negroes to mo to West Africa, loin In a colony and live In i comparative luxury. Before the Liberia sailed on its first trip Sam widely announced his plan. Tin- Liberia, flnan I. it was said, hi n ci. ,. s lefi Portland. Maine, in May ami after stopping at Norfolk,!' Va.i proceeded to Galveston, Texas, where it was reported to have laken on forty negroes and stalled on Its Voyage to the west coast of Africa. At Anamabu on the African coast the l.ii. i.ia was seized hy British au thorities as the owner whs a British I subject. While there the crew was Stricken with fever and removed to a hospital, After tlulr recovery they were discharged. Tiny then .went to Liverpool, whence they were I sent home us consular passengers. a Leaders in 'or Annex Texas Oklahoma. I Q W. B Alle lic d today Surrenders Life to Save Twenty five of His Fellow Workers rii 21-y SI e. mill. ICAGO, Oct. C Sheldon I.accy, a ar-old employe of the Illinois company at the rave up ids life Everything Is Fixed, Says Bernstorff, for Friendly Relations m:v YoitK, (rt. :,. -Count von Bernstorff, the German nmhassador, returned tu New Yolk tonight. "My letter to Mr. Lansing explains all l have to say," the ambassador suld. "It will he necessary for me to have further conferences with the stato department before every point 111 this matter Is thoroughly cleared, hut It Is reasonable to assume that a solid foundation for the best of friendly re lations between this country and Ger many has heen laid." Sail Around ( ape Morn. PANAMA, Oct II. Owing to the Hot kade tn th Panama canal due to earth slides a dozen vessels at Ha I boa nnd Cristobal received orders today to proceed to their destinations around (.'ape Morn and have de parted. Other vessels are sn'.l pat ting similar orders. BOSTON'. Oct, B. Dr. Alexander Hamilton Bice, of this city, widely known as an exporer. obtained a marriage license ut city hall today to marry Mrs. Kleanor Rlklns Widcm-r of Philadelphia. Mrs. Wldener is a survivor of the Titanic disaster. In which her husband, Gcori. I) Wl l em r and her SOU, Harry Klkeni Wld ener, wero lost. In memory of her son she caused to tie erected n year ago a two mil lion dollar library at Mar.ard uni versity at the dedication of which last June she met Doctor Rice for the first time. The date of tho DUUrTiagg waa not announced. RUDYARD KIPLING'S SON A WAR VICTIM LON'I'O.V, rct. 6. John Kipling, of the Irish guards, only son Of Bud yanl Kipling, Is reported In tho latest casualty list as "missing and believed to have been killed.". Young Klpllrm was 18 years old. i in account of his health his parents wero reluctant to allow his to enter the army, but the boy Insisted he I hould assume his share of the war and his father eventually yielded. Want to borrow money? World Want Ads will put you In touch with the right party. South Chicago today to save j , ,, tils rcllow Werners 1 ne mm were in a washer room when a broken bolt caused rush of waste as Into the room and threatened their lives, Lacej seised the hi valve at the point where the holt had released It and shouted to the men to run. The last man to leave tho room, Peter IfOD dlochl, turned and saw Lacey fall Overcome hy the km. Ha ran to I.acey ami succeeded in dragging him to ths door In-fore being overcome himself. Four other men were overcome In dragging Lacey and Moncllochl from the entrance. When a doctor was sumorancd Lacey was dead and Hon Ctlochl died ii short time later. Strike f"aus-s little Trouble. SCHENECTADY, N. Y., Oct fi. In the hope, of presenting s SOlId front oi the 13.H00 employes of the (ieticial Electric company in demanding a eight-hour day, union leaders who yes. terday called 9,000 organised tm n out of Ihe plant today devoted their at tention to organising 1,000 women workers. The other 1.000 employes are clerks principally and !!iey will be Organised later. Three representatives of the state IndustlaJ. board arrived here toilny and offered their service as mediators. No disturbances wore reported to the police. Wilson Won't go t Boston, WASHINGTON, Oct 5. Presldsnt Wilson today declined an invitation extended hy Representative Galllvao of Massachusetts to attend one of 'the world series baseball games In BOS ton. The president aJready has prom ised to throw out the first ball in Sat urday's game at Philadelphia but he thinks hn should not go is fur awa) from Washington us Hoston ut this time. AN A .STi INK . let I ler, special agent of 1 1 en i ni ss society, returned today t'l anil- Pass from the interior of Uexw co after a month of harrowing es periences In an attempt to relieve tho suffering among the civilian popula tion of that country, to whom he car rii d ten carload of corn and beans. He conferred with General c ,. Devol, genera manager of the Kcd Cross, who Is Investigating conditions Wilier reported that Ms tram w repeatedly held up bv I !g rranza Mi dlers and thai at one iim- eight hun dred constitutionalist Infantrymen fired on his train for over ten min utes limine, w hh h a machine ruii also w as used. At the end of I he firing I he Carransistas charged the train, imo lieu ' hiss nan ii-i.m i,m- ,,r i tie ears. IVS the crew from the eiialne and them up against B lm car to t. Following a lencttn oarlev. Carransistas dn stoud be shl Mr. Wei er said the abandoned their plan of execution ami wen' away and Ihut one of them In leiiwrie, passed him and shoved Into his hands the Bed Cross flan previ ously lorn down and trampled on making the remark: "Mere gringo, you , we will see you tu San Anton! i soon." According to Weiier, his remark had reference to the San Diego pl.i.i of annexing to Mexico a large strip of the state of Texas a plan which ho says is widely dlsi ussed . mong tho constitutionalist solilh-rs anil which be has positive ami lncontrovcrtlb-sj evidence has the active support and sympathy of most' of the leading Caf ran sis ts generate At the time the lied Cross train w IS find upon u was returning from Hon clova and hastened away from Sa bliias to avoid a battle in progTSM there between Vllliatag ami I'ai ranslstaa If Wife Kills Husband She Loses All Interest in Estate, Rules Court 8T. LOUIS, Oct. S. Probate Judge III dt Camp ruled today that a Wlfg loses all interest in her husband's estate if she Is convicted of killing him. The decision was given In the case of Mrs. Ada H. Owsley, who shot and killed her husband last March. (.ucrinser to Trial galu. KANSAS CITY, ict. 6. A Jury waa picked lata tonight to try for the second time Vic Queringer, ac cused of the attack on Mrs. Cei trttde Shidler. March St. 1914. (luer Inger'g attorneys ssaeri they win put their client on the stand In his own defense. This was not done in the former trial, his alterm . s attempt ing to establish an alibi.