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WAXAHACHIE DAILY LIGHT
^LTMEjllIV- _WAXAHACHIE. TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1916, NUMBER 176. I i T IS JEM „,lMX CABINKT AII MIIKK VOIC B,SKNT»IKNT KXrilKSSKlI BV l,OKI» liWlHOK. | LASTING PEICE latfla'* Dc*4rurtJon as a Stale an,I Thought of IVwlomU M„,v Stifle,! Neee^lties U> Kml the War. ' ■ "■■■ — ROME. Ort, 10.—Austria must | ujtrtr,;^i as a state and Germany g^itrd of every thought of domi Mtiag the world before the war ran Hi, DtgBor Itlssolntl, civil cominis ^[TT 0f war. socialist, soldier ami i« of the most powerful figures in Italian cabinet, fold the I’nited IW» today . ‘-To ronseat to peace now would to aa art of treason on the part of MJ allied nation. I am ctmvinced il<at War Secretary Ians! George's rtatmeat to the I'nited Press and pHnier Asquith's words in the house ,t nuninons exactly Interpret the ilH-aght and express tlie firm resolve d all the allies," said the Italian iiMaM mem tier. •The peaee to which the whole tiirld aspires after so many horrors imI urrifires must lie real and last ly and not a mere truce, t’ivillza ttv must safeguard Itself against HMpts sindlar to the tine against ahieh die is now mieting with all j tor *<rength. This means that we | nut create in Kurope such a eondi tm as to render it impossible for fernuny to resume her eriminal tle sps “I therefore think that any state in states of tlie entente who today •raid harbor tlie thought of peace said be guilty of an act of treason. Usher than aercpt a peaee contain! wed by the germ of other xvars It *mld have been better not to iiave embarked on the present war at all. "The deadly germ of war can only to tilled by destroying Austriu as a sate and de|>riving Germany of : •tery illusion of predominancy. It j i>neessarv to proclaim this fearless- | I) aad openly as Premier Asc|ulth | «« Lord George did.” K I ■I IS HITTER I ITU OH HUE KPIPIATKS MILLER, RKITRM (AV NOMINEE, AND SUOUESTH SOCIALIST ELECTION. Mayor Thompson'c Choice, H«yae, as Well Republican Nominee an«l Would Elect Cuena. JHICAGO. Oct. 16.—The Chicago ^ane today editorially repudiated , r;: B- Miller, republican candidate ‘tf ****8 attorney* in Cook coun | containing Chicago, and despite f*ct that the Tribone is repob advocated the election of Wil A. Cunea, candidate of the so "‘■ist party. ,5"il*iam A- Cunea ran for office iti ?earS 8K0 °n so,,'aMst ticket ^ *** 80 c'ose to election he went , Court in oontcst. His followers * since olaimed that he was aateu out. Miller's nomination on fepubiifan ticket was advocated v_i, ‘Vor Thompson and the city 'allowing. Thp Trlbune ha8 , Thompson since prior to his ‘•cttion. iit/ 8,^^°rne*v Hoyne is a candl 9,1 *b<* ^pm°eratic ticket to suc «0(a im8€'f. A fight between -« a an<1 Mayor Thompson which 6an ^ Horne’s appearance in - and the indictment of Police i;4 *a!' as ,he administration’s .«• of* *n handIinK v*ce *s sub ’-w a bltter attack from the *»a* today. cltt*en»,’’ says the tune a H*1"'11,'1 ,arn to Willlam * * We may have a HAI) SEASON FOR FATS. ST. PAUL, Minn.. Oct. IK < This is a had season for cats. Minnesota farmers, according to the state agricultural bureau, have received numerous offers from eastern fur houses, saying cat fur will take the place of more expensive fur for dress and clonk trimmings. Gopher farm hoys got the tip and start- < ed to help convert nil |>ossible • felines into imported collarettes. Fur dealers here are paying |2 each for the furs. Ill SHE FUIT NS iimijjiii run AKXOI M K 8-HOl'U WORK PI-AX WILL GO INTO EFFECT ON NOVEMBER I. Meinltei-s of Finn Endirott & John son SIkm- Company Will Also > Support Woodrow Wilson for Ite-Election. BINGHAMPTON, N. Y., Oct. 16.— Twelve thousand workers are af fected by the new rule of 8 hours work for ten hours pay adopted by the Endieott & Johnson shoe plant, the biggest in the world, which be comes effective on November 1st. Members of the firm have also an nounced their intention to support President Wilson for re-election de spite the fact that they are repub licans. VENZELDS PflRTT IS UNIZEI) BY FRENCH NATIONALISTS SET UP GOVERN MENT ON THE ISLAND OF CRETE IS CLAIM. - Echo of Action of the French Heard In America Where Greeks Organize a Nation Wide Party. LONDON. Oct. 10.—The E ranch consul has formally recogniand the nationalist government set up on the Island of Crete by ex-Premier Vene zelos, according to Central News dis patches from Athens today. NEW YORK, Oct. 16. — Greek leaders here today announce plans for a nation-wide organization of a Venzelos party, favoring Greece’s intervention in the war, following a lug demonstration here last night. JAP-ROSSO PROTEST IS REGISTEREOJiAllfST 0. S OBJECTION MADE TO RAILWAY AND CANAL RIGHTS IN CHINA ACCORDING TO CLAIM. , Embassy Will Not Discuss Matter But It Is Believed Tliat Protect Has Been Laid Before the State De|«artnient. WASHINGTON. Oct. 16. — The Chinese embassy today officially con tinued the Pekin report that the Japan and Russian governments had protested against the railway and ca nal rights concessions to the Ameri can International Corporation of New York and the Siems-Carey Ca nal company of St. Paul. The embassy officials would uot discuss the protest, fci' bebevod the protest lias been laid the state department. | rattling or skeletons but the net re 1 suit would be for the good of th i community. Ceti tinly the policies | of “Bill de Imt ense" Thompson | and Hoyne “Hen ic” deserves a ! scting defeat at the noils. The states attorney Is the most i important elective office in t ook j county. IMVOW'K IHilK K. 1,1 |IR tn\. ItK lt»\ TO \|KI I Oil nTKIKKRV » M \H«.K This remarkable photograph of the police of Bayonne, N. J., in action with drawn revolvers, awaiting the chaige of strikers in the Standard oil plant, was taken at considerable risk to the photographer. Neither the police nor the strikers wanted the photographers there nnd several were til treated. Hnt this phntog raper caught the police with pistols in hand. Note the bltio'oat at the right in the background with a rifle <tra«'n aiming nt the striker*. Ev ery other bluecoat In the party either has his pistol tekily or In Inking it from hit; pocket. ONE ASHU LTK!) WOMAN. OTHER SAID HE WOI'LH HAVE DONE THE SAME THING. OVERPOWER POLICE Mob Was Cool and Deliberate In Their Work of Wreaking Ven geance V|M>n Too Blarks Who Assaulted Woman. PA DUKA H. Ky., October Ifl.— Frank Klulcy, colored, identified by Mrs. Etta Rose us the man who at tacked her last Friday, anil Jesse Thornhill, who said he would have done the same thing, were taken from jail by a mob of 2,000 persons and hanged early today. Their bodies were burned. Entrance to the jail where Kin ley was held was gained by the use of sledge hammers when the mob had overcome the police thrown about the place to protect the pris oner. Judge Reed addressed the mob, which gave him a bearing and then went about its work. Hose worked in the Illinois Cen tral shops and many of the men in the mob were Ids fellow workers. The attack on Mr. Rose occurred when she refused to give the negro money. She was knocked down with the butt of a pistol. TEXIS EDITORS M Oil IjJIlUS Fill EDITORS FROM ALE PARTS OF COUNTRY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF INVITATION. Crowd Was Cut Short Sunday After noon On Account of Heavy Down pour of Rain—Exhibits Good. Texas editors are in control at Fair park today as guests of the State Fair association. Front all parts of Texas editors of dailies and weeklies are in Dallas. At noon they were guests at a luncheon at Fair park and during the morning attended a meeting. The rest of the day they will be left to take in the State Fair of Texas aceording to their own de sires. Monday night the Newspaper club is putting on an entertainment for the visitors which will start at 10:30 o’clock. Monday is also Association Foot bail D:;y at the Fair. A double head er Soccer game between Cleburne [and Swift & Co. (Fort Worth» and i Dallas and Haylor university will be played. Dallas and Galveston clashed on the Soccer field Sunday, the local team winning with four goals to their opponents’ two. Footbad play ers were smeared with mud from head to foot but played the game with vigor. I Downpouring rain kept away big Ml’BWABINK AGROIXII IX ITGKT HOI Ml. WASHINGTON. Oct. 16 The Submarine 11-1 ran aground In Puget Sound early today, ac cording to official announce ment. crowds expected at the State Fair of Texas Sunday afternoon and evening but the morning attendance almost equaled that of the entire first Sun day of last year which was favored by fine weather. Exhibits Are Fine. It is a real Joy and a deli ah t to stroll down the spacious avenues of tile exhibit hail and view the many splendid exhibits to be seen, some ar ranged to the liking of those in charge and others yet to be arranged but good nevertheless. It is grati fying to Ellis countians to note that Ellis county has one of the most striking exhibits In the hall, not first perhaps, but a splendid display of [her products. A railing built of Fer ris and Palmer bjick gives the mag nificent display back of it. King cotton is of course featured In the exhibit since Ellis is the banner cot ton county of the state and world. Then there are two cribs of corn and various and sundry farm products which suggest Ellis ns the garden spot of the state. Secretary Car! Schuster of the Chamber of Com merce is in charge and ho takes a special pride in showing the visitors what may be grown in Ellis county. The Girls’ Canning club products form a conspicuous part of the ex hibit, and It is well these things are being shown, for just across the aisle is a magnificent display of this work by Home Demonstration Agent Mrs. Cross of Tarrant county. The work has been in progress for two years in Tarrant county and a very cred itable display is available. Ellis county is likewise represent ed in the livestock exhibits. Five of the Hoys' Pig club pigs are on dir play. M. D. Itohinson and oth> rs al so are competing for prizes. The livestock show is exceptionally good this year. This department has made up in growth what the agricultural exhibits have lost during the last few years. Only a few years ago the livestock exhibit was a small item at the State Fair, now it takes a great many honors. SEWS FUST SNOW FI115JT CUMET STROXti W'INII ta\K NORTHERN ItMlIDN ITS FIRST IIM//ARH FARIA TOHAV. Shipping Is Forced to Seek Shelter on lj«ke Superior Early In the Season ou Account of Heavy Snow. CALI-MET. Mich.. Oct 1« Three inches of snow fell here and in the surrounding Region during last night and early today. A strong wind almost gave Calumet her first Klizzard. While the snow storm was at its height all shipping was forced rito.MiNKvr fknshoi.an faffs ( HAIU1KH OF Ml ItltKII OF HIS TWO HAIOIITKIIS. hekriigTkursohy Cane Hum Hllrivtl All Florida lle eause of the Awfulhe** of Die (iiartrea Made Altaian! tlie Father. PKSSAfOliA, Fla., Oct. I«.—R. J. Fudge, a prominent Pon*n(iil»n, to day pleaded not guilty when arraign ed on a charge of murdering Ills two daughters, Tcmiie, aged II, and Ft hoi, aged 7. The case has been set down for a hearing on Thursday. The two girls were shut to death. The father said one killed the other and then look her own life, hut the stale's attorney believe* double mur der was committed. No ease lias ever stirred Florida as has that of the Fudge children. Their Ixxlles were found in tlic-lr home on Hie edge of the city late on the day of .lime -7th. Both were victims or a liiS-calllx'r rifle, which was found on the premises. The hody of the younger girl whs still | warm when t found, hut the older girl hud lieen dead several hours. Bruises on her laxly indicated that Teiinie had made a struggle for her life. The father reported their death to tile ladlce, saying he hud gone home from business about the mid dle of file afternoon anti finding tiie doors locked went out and limited for Hit' children in the neighhiirlitxMl for some time Ix-fnre entering Hie house, lie sent his small son Into the li *iise then. On arrival of tiie poller Futlge produced several notes pur|xirthig to have lieen written hy the elder daughter saying she hail killed Fthcl ami was going to kill herself. The ha ml writing uppptstrs | to lie identical to that of the dead girl. Imt Fudge was arrested. The Futlge family came here nlxnit a year ago from Nashville, Tens., following the death of Mrs. Fudge, whose life was insured with her hits* band as Ix-neficlary. In face of tlir evidence against liiin in tlx- case of the children will lie policies for them In an industrial insurance companv. Futlge has tx>eii in business straits for several month*. Mini is Mot lull Kells High'. KNXIS, Texas. Oct. 1«. (1. K. Thomas of the Caldwell farm, west of Hunts, brought a load of cotton to Boren’s gin here which ginned out u 730-pound 'bale, whiili was sold at $1X.50 the hundred, bring mg $1311.45. The seed sold for i $L’h.37, making a total of $140.82 for the cotton und seed. to seek shelter anil Lake Superior was deserted by boats. It Is the ! heaviest storm at this season for j years. WIIAT I'AXOIIIATKH AUK IMIIMI IK THIIKII »«. Denrwr.ii* President Wilson Is at Hhadok' Uwn. No spo ilt ing engagements today. Republican Judge Hughes spike in Nebraska toilny and in Hcliediiled to speak at a night meeting tonight nt Omaha. Socialist-- A. U. Itenson in enroute to Fresno for meeting Monday night. Prohibitionists — J. Frank Handley and Or. Ira IV l.andrlth on prohibition special enroute front North Vernon, Indiana, to Detroit for big rallj^ to night. THANKSGIVING BAY TO ! COME ON NOVEMBER 90 j 1 si(.«ii-HTioN r*» dH'i.i: 10 \«VKM«H II IMH.H NOT MI-IKT ait’ll tl’IT li'Hi. I.e irncit Today Thai I’nsldcnt W II* m. n Will llo|<l In Custom and ITotiaiiintioii Will Unniit nate November SO. LONG BRANCH, October Ifi. — Thanksgiving day will tall this year on the laat day of the month. It win come on the last Thursday In the month ns usual and that day hap pens to be the last tiny of toe month. Suggestions have been made that I’resldeut Wilson designate Nov. 2,lid a.t turkey day in view of the fuct that coming on the noth of the month will make Thanksgiving day come so doge to Christmas, but It Is learned that the president will le w the custom ami name the List r,'hu',sday In the month as Thitnka* Klvlng day. hoehesIespk to WILSON’SSTATEMENT SAYS VO INYIHIIU.K OOYKIIY. MKNT WHKV IlK WAH IN UKHI'ONHIBILITY. Talks to 2000 People In Street at IliiMtiiigM, S'vlirivikH in tswing Through the Middle Western Stutes. HASTINGS, Nob., Oct. l«.—Judge Hughes today responding to Presi dent Wilson's statement regarding the "Invisible government" and be fore an audience of 2,fHH> persons on tone of the streets near the station said: “Let me say here that those who are declaiming to the Amo-lean public about ‘Invisible government’ had hotter remember that when I was j In executive responsibility In New ! York there was no invisible gover meut In that state." PLAN I NO MILL IK ItlllNKD IH'itlNO KI.KCTRICAL STORM DAI.LAS, Texas. Oct. 16.—Fire which broke out shortly after * o’clock Sunday night destroyed thi planing mill and contents owned by II. A. Coleman and located at 81 t Bourbon street. The building was valued at $1.00(1 and the contents at $3,000. There was no Insurance on either the building or contents. Owing to the infUimable nature of the building and dry lumber stored therein the fire spread rapidly. Mr. Coleman believes that lightning struck the milt and started the flro. Misses Nitla and Ruby Shores at tended the football game at Dallas Saturday. SPOT COTTOX SOLD Kolt IIKCORD I'KICK MOP1LK. Ala . Oct<*be- 16. Hpot cotton today wold for 17.12. which la hlgheat price paid since the civil war. RAILWAY MEN _, - I*HKHII>KNT IM»KKW<»on W Kim: (XIMI'ANV AXII UIVKTT KNIMIKMK l*KKNII»KNT. swiigihgTnto uie - r V< Illg lluMinexa biirrmU not Opposed to U’IImhi Hniww off Mix Work to Favor of A-Himr l*a«v For Kallroaita. _ ■ I M»N<I IIKAM II. S. 4.. Oct. I«C— statements by K. D. ImWvoort, president off the Krte Kail way dim> puny, and Robert H. ly»vett, chair man of the board of the I'nloa Pa cific, endorsing President Wllfna and disputing tlie claim that the preat •lent acted with political expediency when lie foreeil through congress the H-t>otir law for rnllnuuln, la the beat newa which baa -truck Shadow Lawn In Monte day*, according to declara tion* made by the pmditeut's po litical llentenantM. While the big railroad chiefs dls agree with the |ireaident on the S hour law, their support of the un called Wilson policy now under re publican fire, la taken by democratic leader* here as a strong Indication that the big httalneaa inteceat# of the country will finally awing Into line behind the president.. They look for further announcements .by .nthar tending railroad men similar to those by Tntlerwood ami I/oyatt, As a matter, of fact Shadow lawn tsars a very optimistic atmosphere these days.. Relief prevails the* President Wilson will sweep the country In re-election. Action hy several big htfalneM concerns of the country, notably the Kndlroit-Johnson -hoe plant, In not only endorsing but actually putting Into effect the H-hour day, ta held hy the preaklcnt'a advisers as Indica tive that society approves the princi ple* of the H-hour day aa claimed hy the president and that his meant of Milling tlie threatened railway -trike arc obviously being vindicated. .• Party rnden who two weeks ago were dubious totlay are literally walking on ulr. They feel tliat IIm m] mill* lias pawned and that “Hughe* will never he able to eat eh gp again.” Their view* are baaed1 on wore* of telegrams rooting in from their lieutenant* all over the conn* try utuI hmtributlon* amounting to JKMMMtO a day are pouring .In .to insist their enthusiasm. During the tyist five flay* $150,000 was rung up in the democratic rash register. Tlie president plans to deliver n series of five speeelie* this week. Weather |>emdttlng he will speak to a group of educators, Jonrnaliwt* and professional men, eonatitutlng n lusly of “Wilson Volunteers,” who are coming to Hits*low Wawn for n conference at ditto o'clock Tuesday. Wednesday he leaves for Chicago w here be will speak at tlie press chib and a nog-partlsan gathering <*f wo* men and before the new (ItlMM* \1 leg tame association. Hat unlay he will return to celebrate Farmers’ Day at Hliatkiw* lawk FRENCH PENETRATE EERMM LUES OR NESTERR FRONT PARIS, Oct. 16.—French troop* penetrated the German defense* In Snlllv, northeast of Qotnbies, last night, occupying house* on the edge of the Ha it puume. The Germaus made counter attacks and a battle Is raging. IMXniLlEO HEMES SHOT Mill SEPTEMBER UK it LIN, Get. 1*.—Seventy-four allied aeroplanes, of which twenty one were Freuch aud fifty-three En Kltsli. were shot down by the Ger mans during the month of Septem ber.